What is OAuth?

OAuth stands for Open Authentication. I is an open protocol to allow secure API authorization in a standard method. OAuth is an open standard for sharing users private data between different websites. Users do not have to give their credentials from one site to another site. The two sites exchange a token instead to authenticate access. The video below shows how web developers can use OAuth to get access to data stored in Google services like Blogger.

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