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OAuth 2.1 Draft 1.00: Client Type changes

confidential, credentialed, and public

Since the publication of OAuth 2.0 in 2012, various RFCs have been published to extend the existing protocol as well as highlight security issues with grant types. It’s time for OAuth 2.1 sums it up very well.

If you want to implement a secure OAuth solution today, it requires reading: RFC 6749 (OAuth…

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