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Race condition when issuing a refresh token: worth addressing or not?

I'm quite new to the world of access and refresh tokens, so bear with me. Client uses its refresh token to get a new access token. The server invalidates the just used refresh token and contextually ...
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How exactly is the cancellation token mechanism implemented over HTTP?

In a web application with a frontend and a backend part, how exactly is the cancellation token mechanism implemented over HTTP? HTTP is a stateless protocol and it does not allow "sharing" ...
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What goes in the access_token and what goes in the id_token?

I'm currently trying to build a very simple application for handling OpenID Connect using the library Openiddict. This library lets me construct the access_token and the id_token and lets me set which ...
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OAuth Client Credentials Security Concern

I have a scenario I am considering, and I don't quite find out what's the best solution with OAuth. Hopefully I can learn good things here. We are company A and we specialize in managing secure text ...
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What are the advantages of refresh token?

A good auth system contains access and refresh tokens. I know what access-tokens are for and I know what refresh tokens DO - but I don't understand their meaning. For example: If I authenticate myself ...
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Refresh Token Storage on cloud best practice?

Background I am building a web app that allows the user to integrate with multiple services like Google, Twitter, Github etc. using OAuth2.0. Currently, I retrieve the refresh token on sign-in to ...
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How would you test a lexer?

I'm wondering how to effectively test a lexer (tokenizer). The number of combinations of tokens in a source file can be huge, and the only way I've found is to make a batch of representative source ...
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Token based authentication to multiple API servers

We have a Web server (which also does authentication and authorization) that manages, via an API, one or more servers that contain highly sensitive data. In the below architecture diagram, we manage ...
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Is there a common agreed upon token symbol used in computer science or common across languages?

I have seen tokens like this: var message = "Hello, {Name}"; and like this: var message = "Hello, ${name}"; and like this: var message = "Hello, @NAME"; and a few ...
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