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buzzfeed/sso at stackshare
sso, aka S.S.Octopus, aka octoboi, is a single sign-on solution for securing internal services - buzzfeed/sso
authentication  security  golang 
yesterday by HusseinMorsy
Your Node.js authentication tutorial is (probably) wrong
TL;DR don't do authentication yourself

[[Update (May 27 2018): This post still gets a lot of views, but this post is now months old and may contain obsolete information. I have since resigned myself from trying to harden the Node ecosystem; it is throwing cups of water on a wildfire. Ecosystem growth is prioritized over security

Passport is simply authentication middleware, and does not handle any of the other parts of authentication for you: that means the Node.js developer is likely to roll their own API token mechanisms, password reset token mechanisms, user authentication routes and endpoints, and views in whatever templating language is the rage today. Because of this, there are a lot of tutorials that specialize in setting up Passport for your Express.js application, and nearly all of them are wrong in some way or another, and none properly implement the full stack necessary for a working web application.

There are a thousand ways to fuck this up.]]
against  Node.js  authentication  security 
2 days ago by dandv
evansmurithi/cloak: A Command Line OTP Authenticator application.
A Command Line OTP Authenticator application. Contribute to evansmurithi/cloak development by creating an account on GitHub.
rust  authentication  cli 
4 days ago by oppara
Protected Cross-Domain Authentication with JavaScript - Blog | SitePen
Google and Yahoo have JavaScript APIs that let you perform searches. Wikipedia has a JavaScript API that lets you grab data from its pages. These APIs can be accessed cross-domain with a transport method known as JSONP.
js  authentication 
4 days ago by lkoniecki
Authenticating MySQL 8.0 (Enterprise) against active directory | Official Pythian® Blog
Using the PAM pluggable authentication plugin to use Active Directory as an authentication source... from CentOS 7...
MySQL  MySQL8.0  ActiveDirectory  Authentication  LDAP  blog  Intro  Tutorial  Linux  2018  MatthiasCrauwels  Pythian  MySQLEnterprise 
4 days ago by dlb

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