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Anonymous Authentication: How to Secure Public APIs

In case of attack, break the glass and pull cables!

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The most common access control method that allows access to a website’s public area is Anonymous access. It allows a user to access a website’s public space without providing a user id and password. Similarly, anonymous authentication allows users to access APIs without having to provide any…

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Mukund Krishnan

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