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I authorized access to my account by an application that turned out to not work. Now I want to remove the authorization in case it was malicious. How could I do this?

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up vote 16 down vote accepted
  1. Go to your account settings.
  2. Click on Security on the left, and then Edit next to "Authorizing applications and sites"
  3. Revoke the site you wish to remove.
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I went to my account settings, but there was no link like that there. Clicking the URL you provided directly says that nothing's authenticated. I guess it must have failed to authenticate too. – MiffTheFox Aug 2 '10 at 3:02
Some things have moved around a bit on the Google account settings page. Now you click Security on the left, then scroll down to "Connected applications and site", and click the Manage Access button. – BrianC Mar 27 '13 at 21:34
correction: #2 is now under Security > Account permissions > View All – user63627 Mar 18 '14 at 16:48

Google keeps changing their interface. As of November 2015, the steps are:

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