OAuth 2.0 is an industry-standard protocol for secure authorization. It allows third-party services to access resources on behalf of a user without exposing the user's password. OAuth 2.0 provides a robust and flexible framework to grant permissions in a way that is secure, standardized, and easy for end-users to understand and control.
- Industry-Standard: It's widely adopted across various applications and services, making it a well-trusted method for secure authorization.
- Flexibility: OAuth 2.0 supports multiple use-cases, including mobile apps, web services, and desktop applications.
- Enhanced Security: It avoids password exposure, relying on token-based authorization, thereby minimizing the risk of credential compromise.
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