[jdev] Question on login through OAuth

stefano bennati benna86 at gmail.com
Sun May 19 08:22:50 UTC 2013


Thank you very much!
I'll try this way.

Kind regards
Stefano


2013/5/18 Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im>

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> On 5/18/13 8:37 AM, Jonas Wielicki wrote:
> > Hi Stefano,
> >
> > While there is no XEP explicitly supporting OAuth, there seem to
> > be approaches for using OAuth with SASL, which is the default
> > authentication mechanism for XMPP.
> >
> > So in principle, it should be possible to use OAuth, without
> > hardcoding passwords etc.. However, there is probably no software
> > out there yet supporting that. I'd suggest you take some web search
> > on how to use OAuth with SASL and maybe implement/contribute to the
> > standards which are currently in the making (I found some IETF
> > draft for sasl+oauth,
>
> https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-ietf-kitten-sasl-oauth/
>
> It's currently in working group last call.
>
> > and some github code by doing a simple web search). You'll probably
> > also have to patch server software to support that, and in turn set
> > up your own XMPP service for this to work.
>
> Sounds right. Perhaps over time we'll see more XMPP servers, clients,
> and libraries supporting it (once it becomes standardized at the IETF).
>
> Peter
>
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