News & Updates

Stay up to Date with Our News and Releases

We like to post from time to time about trends in the OAuth 2.0 Realm. You can find any updates here.
Version 3.3.8 Released Today

Version 3.3.8 Released Today

Version 3.3.8 has been released and contains some very important updates. Updates Added public function “wo_public_insert_client” for adding clients. This function is intended as a public access point to insert a new client. Deprecated function “wo_get_access_token” in favor of “wo_public_get_access_token” Added filter ‘wo_unset_refresh_token_after_use’. Refresh tokens can now be set to be removed after 1 use. Bug […]

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3.3.7 Released

3.3.7 Released

Today version 3.3.7 was released. This version contains some minor security patches as well as some bugs fixes. Below is a changelog of that 3.3.7 includes. Enhancements Performance improvement for front-end by running adding logic to the main class that handles includes and other functionality. Added wo_me_resource_return filter to default “me” resource. Developers can now modify […]

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Restriction to EU Customers

Restriction to EU Customers

Today we had to restrict customers located in the EU :(. Trust us when we say that we did not want to do this. Why Restrict Purchases From the EU? WP OAuth Server is a product of Justin Greer Interactive, LLC. Our business is a registered business in the United States and with out already […]

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Refer Customers and Earn Cash. Become an Affiliate

Refer Customers and Earn Cash. Become an Affiliate

If you use WP OAuth Server and would like to make some extra cash, our Affiliate program is just the answer. Below is some reasons for you to become an Affiliate: Earn high payout of 30% Commission on all new sales. Unlimited Conversion. Payout is monthly using PayPal ( 50 USD min ). Use our banners […]

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OAuth is not Single Sign On

OAuth is not Single Sign On

We have seen a lot of questions come in about using WordPress OAuth Server for Single Sign On. From these questions we are starting to see that there is a misconception about OAuth being Single Sign On (aka SSO). What is OAuth? OAuth1.0a and OAuth 2 are a user authentication protocol that allows a user to […]

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WP OAuth Server 3.3.6 Released

WP OAuth Server 3.3.6 Released

Today version 3.3.6 has been released to the public and is available for update in your WordPress admin area. This version contains some major scope improvements and fixes. The details of the update are below. Updates Clients can now have a user id assigned to them from within the editor. This feature will allow you to […]

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What is Single Sign On for WordPress

What is Single Sign On for WordPress

Single Sign On for WordPress is the authentication process that allows a user to access WordPress using a common set of usernames and passwords. This process is typically used in a situation where there is a group of two or more websites that need to use a single username and password. Advantages of SSO Users can […]

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Server Migration Complete

Server Migration Complete

Server migration is complete for the time being. Our next scheduled server update is scheduled Feb 25th, 2017. This update will be a DNS migration. If you experience any issues, please try clearing your browser cache. If you still have issues with the site, please consider opening an support ticket. Thanks for your understanding, Justin […]

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Scheduled Server Migration

Scheduled Server Migration

Today we will be preforming a server migration to our new dedicated server. While we are migrating you may experience site down time. For this reason the ticket system and the online store will be disabled until the migration is complete. We will be posting when the migration is complete and the site will function […]

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Connecting a Mobile Application to WP REST API using OAuth2

Connecting a Mobile Application to WP REST API using OAuth2

Today, I wanted to go over how you could be connecting mobile applications to WP REST API using OAuth2. Starting with WordPress 4.7 we are able to connect any application that is able to handle HTTP requests to use the REST API. There is however an issue when it comes to making authenticated calls. The REST does not […]

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