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Andrew van der Stock
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Builder of application security standards and guidelines
Builder of application security standards and guidelines

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oAuth 1.0 (ancient) is going bye bye on all Google APIs. Let's see how many dud mobile apps still use this.


Saying goodbye to OAuth 1.0 (2LO)

We are moving away from the OAuth 1.0 protocol in order to focus support on the current OAuth standard, OAuth 2.0, which increases security and reduces complexity for developers. OAuth 1.0 (3LO) was shut down on April 20, 2015. During this final phase, we will be shutting down OAuth 1.0 (2LO) on October 20, 2016. The easiest way to migrate to the new standard is to use OAuth 2.0 service accounts with domain-wide delegation.

Find out more and get tips for migrating at: http://goo.gl/hDKAud #GoogleAPIs #OAuth

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Not that there are currently many, but nifty if so. 

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Earlier this year in San Francisco, +USENIX hosted their inaugural Enigma Conference (https://goo.gl/QAdUaQ), which focused on security, privacy and electronic crime through the lens of emerging threats and novel attacks. 

As part of that conference, we shared the lessons we’ve learned about protecting Gmail users since it was launched over a decade ago. Those lessons are summarized in the infographic below (the talk slides are also available at http://goo.gl/EMF5TG). #enigma2016  
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I recently performed a source code review of a mobile app written in Reactive Cocoa in Swift. Reactive functional programming is a fairly interesting concept when applied using an app sec lens, as traditional flow of control and state is thrown out of the window. 

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OWASP ESAPI for J2EE upgraded to 2.1.0.1 today

https://github.com/ESAPI/esapi-java-legacy

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