On 4/26/2010 2:15 PM, Raffi Krikorian wrote:
just to be clear - what xAuth is used for is to do a username/password
exchange for an oauth access token / secret (for a given application).
  from then on out, that access token and secret is used to sign all
requests in an oauth manner.

So in other words if I'm reading this right, it allows the user program to exchange a username/password combo for the access token and secret rather than a pin or a redirect from a website in the case of desktop/mobile and website apps. Nothing else; you can't delete the account, change the password, etc without the username/pass.


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