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Transaction Authorization or why we need to re-think OAuth scopes

Have you ever come across limitations of the way OAuth expresses the requested scope of an access token? Well, I have several times in the course of the last couple of years in the areas of open banking and remote electronic signature creation.

Let’s take the example of a payment authorization: If you want to authorize a payment using OAuth, you need…

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Learnings, Patterns and Ideas around use of OAuth 2.0

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Torsten Lodderstedt

Torsten Lodderstedt

Torsten is CTO@yes.com, software architect with strong security interest, identity nerd, contributor to OAuth, OpenID, Open Banking & Electronic Signatures

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