Single Sign On is a mechanism that creates the feeling of a single ecosystem across multiple services for a user by sharing key elements of an identity. SSO can provide users with a better experience and can result in cost savings. This article looks at how Intuit implements OpenID 2.0 as their SSO.
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This is part 3 of our series on the U.S. government's Green Button API initiative. In this part, we will describe the building blocks of Green Button technology and how they respond to the project requirements with respect to authorization of access to data provided to third parties.
This is part 4 of our series What is The Green Button API initiative and How It Took OAuth To An Entirely New Level. In this part we explain the structure of Green Buttons’ scope parameters and illustrate the data exchanges and protocol used to implement Green Button’s scope negotiation.
Most web services available to developers have been inaccessible to Connect IQ developers because they use OAUTH to provide access control, and this functionality did not exist in Connect IQ. Connect IQ 2 added new OAUTH APIs opening up Connect IQ apps to many of the APIs available on the web.
ProgrammableWeb tests reveal how a free app from Google's App Store makes it possible to reverse engineer secure traffic between mobile apps and the services they call home to.
APIs managed by Mulesoft’s Anypoint Platform for APIs can now be automatically included under the umbrella of organizational access control and authentication governed by OpenAm.
In its latest API partnership, Walgreen Co. hopes that rewarding customers with points for measuring their blood pressure will inspire more loyalty.
As Pinterest endures its second attack in as many weeks, Twitter is subsequently auto-flooded with fake weight-loss posts that are designed to lure followers into a trap that could expose personal information and account credentials. For its part, Pinterest's lack of transparency regarding the matter stands in contrast to industry standard best practices for such breaches.
An untold number of Pinterest users were breached on June 4, 2014 as a part of a sophisticated attack designed to skim confidential information from their Facebook friends and Twitter followers. So far, Pinterest has failed to fully remedy the situation or even acknowledge that the attack happened.