Join Keith Casey for an in-depth discussion in this video Common security considerations, part of Web Security: OAuth and OpenID Connect.
- [Instructor] Now let's talk about how to properly secure…the client credential flow.…Now I'm not going to do a full security walk through…or audit of your application 'cause that would depend on…the language and the framework chosen, the configuration…of your server, and a bunch of other things outside…the scope of this Oauth course.…Instead we're going to stay focused on topics specifically…related to Oauth.…First on the positive side, since the client credential…flow doesn't involve users, there's no way they can…compromise it by accident or even on purpose.…Something like 76% of security breaches occur because…of a user either they explicitly give access to someone…or they have a weak password.…
In this particular scenario, we don't have to worry…about it.…But really the first consideration that we need is that…we need to make sure we have a private client.…In this context, private means that the Oauth flows…negotiate on the backend server that's because we…effectively use the client ID in client secret…
- How does OAuth 2.0 work, and what problems does it solve?
- What is OpenID Connect, and how is it different from OAuth?
- OAuth tokens and their usage
- Authorization in microservices
- Common security considerations
- Authorization for mobile apps and SPA
- Authorization in legacy applications
- Server-side implementations
Skill Level Advanced
1. What Is OAuth?
2. Core Terminology
3. Client Credential: Authorization for Microservices
4. Implicit or Hybrid: Authorization for Mobile Devices
5. Grant Type: Authorization Code
6. Grant Type: Resource Owner Password Flow
7. Server-Side Implementations
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