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Mobile application: What should be the server authentication strategies?

I am developing an mobile application for the first time and have some confusions around it What I plan to do? The iPhone application will have Sign in with Google where user will authenticate on ...
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Is OAuth suitable for this scenario?

I need to create a simple web application for track expenses, with some basic actions (user must be able to create an account and log in, list expenses, edit them, etc) with a REST API for each one, ...
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Implicit OAuth2 endpoint vs. cookies

I currently have an app which basically runs two halves of an API - a restful API for the web app, and a synchronisation API for the native clients (all over SSL). The web app is completely ...
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How do I authenticate users from facebook/twitter?

I need to build a site for a mobile app that allows users to sign in with facebook/twitter or sign up as a new user (traditional username/password). No matter which method the user chooses, they ...
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Facebook authentication with an Authoritative Server for a Flash Game

I'm working on a multiplatform game in Flash. This game utilizes Photon Server for authoritative physics and user statistics tracking. I'm looking to leverage Facebook authentication as an alternative ...
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Problem with OAuth2 authentication process and session persistance

We're using node-oauth2-provider as an authentication library for our service. The current process for a user to log in is: POST /oauth2/access_token Which creates and saves the access_token to the ...
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How should I architect a RESTful webservice to use 3rd party (i.e. Google, Facebook, Twitter) for authentication?

For my job we have a nice RESTful webservice we've built out that we use to drive a couple websites we have. Basically the webservice lets you create and work with support tickets, and the website is ...
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Using oAuth as a complement to an existing authentication system?

I am hoping this is the correct stack exchange to be asking this, here goes. I am building a new website whereby it implements its own custom login system. You simply register your username, email ...
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What's the benefit of Azure ACS if ASP.NET 4.5 includes OAuth and OpenID providers?

Azure ACS offers OAuth and OpenID providers, and now that ASP.NET 4.5 offers the same thing, without the added cost, is there any reason for a .NET developer to consider ACS? (Disclaimer, I don't ...
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How to solve a general authentication problem for multiple applications?

At my current job (we're in a MS environment), we have multiple deployed web applications, both inter/intra net. The internal apps generally use an Active Diretory sign in, the forward facing sites ...