IndieAuth

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IndieAuth is a standard decentralized authentication protocol that uses OAuth 2.0 and enables services to verify the identity of a user represented by a URL as well as to obtain an access token that can be used to access resources under the control of the user.[1].

IndieAuth is developed in the IndieWeb community and was published as a W3C Note.[1] It was published as a W3C Note by the Social Web Working Group due to lacking the time needed to formally progress it to a W3C recommendation, despite having several interoperable implementations.

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  1. ^ a b "IndieAuth". World Wide Web Consortium. 2018-01-23. Retrieved 2018-07-16.
  2. ^ https://wordpress.org/plugins/indieauth/
  3. ^ https://indieauth.net/
  4. ^ http://manton.micro.blog/2018/07/02/indieauth-for-microblog.html
  5. ^ https://glitch.com/~cellar-door

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