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Minor Release – 3.0.7

WordPress OAuth Server 3.0.7 has been released. It contains a single bug fix when using OpenID Connect 1.0a. It is recommended that you upgrade at your earliest connivence. You can find more about the latest version by visiting https://wp-oauth.com/download/.

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Single Sign On WordPress OAuth Client Released

Today we launched a new WordPress plugin the provides Single Sign On abilities. This plugin is to be installed on a client WordPress site. Once installed, it can then be configured to connect to any website with WP OAuth Server installed. You can download the plugin by visiting https://wordpress.org/plugins/single-sign-on-client/. This plugin will work with the community version of […]

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Upcoming Changes to WordPress OAuth Server

Starting with WordPress OAuth Server 3.1.0, we will be making some changes to how the licensed version of WordPress OAuth Server works. Currently (as of 3.0.5), a license is valid for the number of domains you purchased. Version 3.1.0 will include unlimited domains per license and will be bundled all together as a whole. Other […]

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Minor Release – 3.0.5

Over the weekend, we launched a minor released for WordPress OAuth Server which addresses minor tweaks and some feature enhancements. The biggest thing to note about this release is the support for OpenID Connect 1.0a. If you have not updated to the latest version, please visit https://wp-oauth.com/download/ to download the latest version or update using the WordPress […]

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OpenSSL Security Advisory

Today OpenSSL has issued a new security update. The release can be found at: https://mta.openssl.org/pipermail/openssl-announce/2015-March/000026.html If you are using WordPress OAuth Server and are using SSL with OpenSSL, it is advised that you update to the latest version. If you are not using SSL or  OpenSSL, you have nothing to worry about but you SHOULD be […]

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Minor Release – 3.0.4

We are a bit late on posting about the new release of WordPress OAuth Server but version 3.0.4 addresses some minor bug issues as well as adds some new features. New Features Add the ability to manage the lifetime of access tokens in the plugin settings. Added a simple firewall that allows a user to limit […]

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Minor Release – 3.0.3

Hallo! Earlier this week, WordPress OAuth Server 3.0.3 was released in the WordPress Plugin Repository. The changes/enhancements that have been made are as follows: Added Simple API Firewall capabilities to help secure the API New method and layout for Adding and modifying clients in the backend There is no known compatibility issues with upgrading from […]

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Minor Release – 3.0.2

Hello All, Today version 3.0.2 was released for WordPress OAuth Server. Both the Official WordPress repo and GitHub have been updated to the latest version. To update using WordPress please go to “Dashboard->Updates” and select “WordPress OAuth Server”, then click update. Updates include the following: Re added the authentication code option to the advanced admin panel. […]

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Minor Release – 3.0.1

Hey All, Today, version 3.0.1 was released. It contains some minor but very important updates. These updates include: Adding “Server Status” tab to the Server Options. This will server has a simple check to make sure you are informed of known issues. Re arranged the “Advanced Configuration” options for a cleaner look. Updated documentation links and added […]

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WordPress OAuth Server 3.0 Released

Hey All, I have been a bit behind the curve lately and have not been able to work on the plugin as much as I would have liked. Today, WordPress OAuth Server 3.0 has been merged into the master and is now ready to be downloaded.

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