Open Authorization - an open standard for authorization. It allows users to share their private resources (e.g., photos, videos, contact lists) stored on one site with another site without having to hand out their credentials, typically username and password.

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View apps previously authorized and revoked from Google account

On a Google account's management dashboard, you can easily see the list of apps that you have allowed access to, and revoke these accesses. However, is it possible to see the list of apps that you ...
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How to integrate Beeminder with Authorea?

Over at Academia, it has been suggested to integrate Beeminder with Git services like Github or Bitbucket to gamify academic writing by positive and negative reenforcement. I’m trying out Authorea. ...
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Setting up oauth for JIRA 6.4

I want to setup oauth for third party application to log jira issues in jira 6.4. I am familiar with twitter oauth process. But looking at jira oauth, its taking too much time. I have been able to ...
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How do I revoke access to twitter logged in from another site?

When using Twitter to log in a site it wants to give that site certain abilities. How that be taken back if it's regretted? I've already unfollowed some people that I didn't follow myself (maybe I'm ...
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What does “View and manage your mail” in Google permissions mean?

View mail is something I would like to give to this app -- but what the heck is manage?
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What is an easy way to post to your own blog using OAuth?

Tumblr updated their API service to use OAuth. I can no loger use my own username and password to post on my own blog, I have to use OAuth. I am not interested in creating a full blown app, I just ...
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How do I remove permission from an app that I gave Google OAuth access to? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: 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 ...
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Google authentication and authorization among their apps [closed]

Google has a bunch of apps like Google+, Gmail, Docs, Reader, etc. Internally, these apps must talk to each other securely to query information/data. I am wondering conceptually how Google implements ...
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Is there any web app or script to import contacts using OAuth? [closed]

We want to add invite feature to our site, so users can invite their friends. Is there any web app or script that can import contacts from Gmail, Yahoo, Live, etc using OAuth, so we can send invite ...
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Does Google's OAuth URL embed my email address?

When I use Google's OAuth system to login to a website (e.g. a StackExchange site), I see it use a string similar to the following: www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=...
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If Twitter apps use OAuth why would they ask for my password?

I signed up to TweetDeck, and following the steps it appears that I issued it an OAuth token. Then I installed it (0.35.1, Linux), signed in with my TweetDeck account and tried to add my Twitter ...
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Unauthenticate Google OAuth connections

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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What can a web app do with my Twitter account if I use Twitter to login to that service?

When I use a Twitter account to login to another website, what does that authorize that website to do with my Twitter account? Does it enable them to send tweets from my account, or send direct ...
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When did Facebook start using the OAuth protocol?

When I last used Facebook authentication, it provided it's 'Facebook Connect' protocol which wasn't necessarily implementing the open source OAuth protocol but now they say that they are using OAuth 2....