Advanced OAuth and Pitfalls

Advanced OAuth and Pitfalls

Deep dive into some advanced OAuth 2.0 processes and pitfalls like redirect URLs and STATE property.

Aaron Parecki - Author of "OAuth 2.0 Simplified" Eric Johnson - Senior Developer Advocate at AWS Serverless

DESCRIPTION Deep dive into some advanced OAuth 2.0 processes and pitfalls like redirect URLs and STATE property. The interview is based on Aaron Parecki's new book "OAuth 2.0 Simplified":


  • 00:00 Intro
  • 00:05 Why is verifying the redirect URL important?
  • 02:40 What does the STATE property do?
  • 06:06 Security considerations as a user & server administrator
  • 15:28 Outro

Read the full transcription of the interview here:

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