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We like to post from time to time about trends in the OAuth 2.0 Realm. You can find any updates here.
New Release Fixes Invalid Token error during authentication

New Release Fixes Invalid Token error during authentication

Our development team was notified that there was an issue when authenticating using an access token. The bug was only in version 4.2.1 and resulted in an error “Invalid_token” when trying to authenticate. The bug also caused an issue with a sister plugin called “Simple Single Sign On” found on the WordPress repo at https://wordpress.org/plugins/single-sign-on-client/. […]

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The New WP OAuth Server release is faster and more flexible

The New WP OAuth Server release is faster and more flexible

We have been working on version 4.2.1 of WordPress OAuth Server and are just about ready to release it into the wild. In this release, we wanted to focus on speeding up load times by optimizing the codebase used to authenticate a request. We did this by creating a new proxy functionally to check all […]

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WP OAuth Server Multisite Support Update

WP OAuth Server Multisite Support Update

At the time of this post being made, we have completed our basic tests and have confirmed that WP OAuth Server is now compatible with WordPress’s network site functionality. Initially, support was limited to the “prefix_users” table in the database and caused conflicts for future development. Recent changes to both the core and our plugin […]

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WordPress OAuth Server 4.1.6 Update

WordPress OAuth Server 4.1.6 Update

As of December 26, 2020, version 4.1.6 of WP OAuth Server will be made available for download for both the CE (Community Edition) and the Pro version. The updates contained two features that have been highly requested. User Info Mapping (Pro Only) Role-based restriction and for authorization User Info Mapping The user info mapping feature […]

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Version 4.10 Released – PKCE Support is now fully supported.

Version 4.10 Released – PKCE Support is now fully supported.

Today we launched WordPress OAuth Server version 4.1.0 which contains some bug fixes, improvements, and a huge support update. WP OAuth Server has supported OpenID for a long time as well as semi support for generic JSON Web Tokens. This released includes full support for JWT to include a complete JWT as an access token. […]

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COVID and WP OAuth Server

COVID and WP OAuth Server

During these hard times, everyone is having to make some changes around the office, home, and daily routine. Here at Dash10 Digital, there is no difference. Everything from the time we start to how we get our coffee has had to change. Our focus has been the safety of our clients and customers above all. […]

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TLS 1.0 & 1.1 systems will start displaying a warning Message for OAuth 2.0

TLS 1.0 & 1.1 systems will start displaying a warning Message for OAuth 2.0

OAuth 2.0 in general relies heavily on the crypt nature of TLS. Since tokens are sometimes exchanged via a request, a secure connection is required. TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 use the SHA-1 algorithm and weaker cipher suites for authenticating identities. However, it has become dangerously weak due to several vulnerabilities identified in its suite. […]

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Our Single Sign-On Client has been updated to 1.4.5

Our Single Sign-On Client has been updated to 1.4.5

Today we release the latest version of Single Sign-On Client that can be found at https://wordpress.org/plugins/single-sign-on-client/. Version 1.4.5 contains some improvements and adds the ability to sync users’ first name and last name. This was an overlooked feature for the core of the plugin because there was action available for modification. To adhere to our […]

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TOTP Two Factor Authenticator for WordPress

TOTP Two Factor Authenticator for WordPress

As one of the first companies to introduce OAuth to WordPress, we have seen great projects and met great people. With the increase of WordPress usage and it’s ease of use, we often see bad practices as well. Some of the most bad practices come from simple tasks like weak passwords, custom proprietary authentication development, […]

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Upgrading to 3.8.X breaks some installs. How to fix it and what caused it.

Upgrading to 3.8.X breaks some installs. How to fix it and what caused it.

If you are reading this, chances are that you are one of the lucky ones that were affected by a change in the latest release. The change was not a bug but rather fixing a bug from prior versions. We have had a lot of response for from people stating that WP OAuth Server stopped […]

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