The Case for OAuth 3.0

It’s been about a year since I proposed that we should move past OAuth 2.0, and a lot has happened since then to tackle some of the issues that I raised. I helped lead the TxAuth session at IETF 106 in Singapore last week, and we had a number of side meetings and follow ons from that to discuss the implications. So far, we’re seeing two major approaches: extending OAuth 2.0, and building a new protocol from the ground up. I think there’s room for both in the world, for different reasons.

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Justin Richer is a security architect and freelance consultant living in the Boston area. To get in touch, contact his company: https://bspk.io/