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Why is OAuth used?

Posted By :abhays     Posted Date :March 12, 2014    Points :40   Category :SharePoint 
OAuth is used to authorize requests by an app for SharePoint to access SharePoint resources on behalf of a user and to authenticate apps in the Office Store, an app catalog, or a developer tenant.

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What is OAuth?

  
OAuth enables users to approve an application to act on their behalf without sharing their user name and password.
For example, it enables users to share their private resources or data (contact list, documents, photos, videos and so on) that are stored on one site with another site. (More...)

What is OAuth?

  
OAuth is an open protocol for authorization. (More...)

What does OAuth enable in SharePoint 2013?

  
OAuth enables secure authorization from desktop and web applications in a simple and standard way. (More...)

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