Understanding OAuth 2.0 and how it works

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OAuth is an open authorization protocol, which allows accessing the resources of the resource owner by enabling the client applications on HTTP services such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, GitHub, BitBucket, and a long etc... It allows sharing of resources stored on one site to another site without using user credentials. Username and password tokens are used instead. The access to the resource can be limited by defined and approved scope.

Popular authentication methods for Applications

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Robust authentication methods are essential for securing access to sensitive information and resources within applications. Authentication serves as the initial barrier, ensuring only authorized users gain entry to protected areas. From traditional password-based authentication to advanced token-based systems and OAuth protocols, developers have a range of options to ensure the security of their applications. This article explores these authentication methods, highlighting their strengths, weaknesses, and best practices to assist developers in implementing secure and user-friendly authentication systems.

Install and configure Apache on Ubuntu

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Apache or Apache HTTP server is a free and open source web server, developed and maintained by the Apache Software Foundation. It is one of the most popular web servers in the world. Apache allows website developers to serve their content over the web and provides many powerful features that can be extended through additional modules.

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