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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
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Quick Steps

  1. Go to the Authorized Access to your Google Account page
  2. Click Revoke Access next to the app that you wish to not allow access to

Full Steps

  1. Go to accounts.google.com
  2. Click Security
  3. Click Edit next to Authorizing applications and sites
  4. Click Revoke Access next to the app that you wish to not allow access to
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