I've been experimenting with OAuth authentication with the Twitter API
for desktop/mobile apps and found out that the verifier pin is not
necessary. Once the the request token is authorized, I am able to
exchange it for an access token without providing the pin code.

Is this the official expected behavior? I couldn't find any info on
OOB in the API documentation. It is just barely mentioned and the link
for more info doesn't work.

Is there any documented behavior regarding the verifier pin and
whether requiring the user to enter the pin is recommended or


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