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Unauthenticate Google OAuth connections

I gave Google OAuth access to this app that wanted to read Google Analytics API info. http://www.panguintool.com

No problem, but now I want to take away that app's permission to read my data. Where does Google hide these authorized apps so I can remove it?

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marked as duplicate by Alex, Michael Pryor, phwd Sep 7 '12 at 20:55

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ugg... could have saved myself 5 minutes writing up steps if I'd read your comment first. – Dez Sep 7 '12 at 17:42
  1. Go to accounts.google.com or google.com/settings

  2. Click on the "Security" tab.

  3. Under the section "Account Permissions", click on "View all":

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  4. Click Revoke Access next to the app you wish to remove permission from.

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Google have re-written their portal and now the links in your answer divert to myaccount.google.com – 8bitjunkie Jul 9 '15 at 10:05

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