On Jun 12, 11:49 am, Bernd Stramm <bernd.str...@gmail.com> wrote:
> secure against what?

The threat that OAuth's security-through-obscurity fails to protect
against is rogue-app B doing something bad while using legit-app A's
stolen credentials.  The author of app A gets blamed for app B's bad
behavior and app A gets shut down.  In other words, it's a denial of
service attack against applications, not against users.

Application authors are being asked to devote substantial resources to
the OAuth conversion, but OAuth provides no security for application

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