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Authentication

SocialOS logins work the way you do, providing the flexibility of:

  • OAuth 2.0
  • HTTP Authentication (over HTTPS)
  • Single-use and multi-use tokens
  • Session management
  • Application single-signon

Via OAuth or direct integration, can configure your applications to
authenticate against SocialOS, or SocialOS to authenticate against
your application. SocialOS has built-in support for sharing logins
with popular Python, PHP, and Node application frameworks.

SocialOS also provides a direct REST API for managing users, keys, sessions,
and role-based permissions.

For details on authentication methods, encryption, and security models, see the
detailed topics below.

Related Topics

API Reference

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