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oath

(ōth),
A solemn affirmation or attestation.

oath

[AS. ooth]
A solemn attestation or affirmation.
See: Hippocratic oath; Nightingale Pledge

oath

(ōth)
A solemn affirmation or attestation.
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La autenticacion de terceros como SAML, OpenID 2.0 y OAuth 2.0 pueden ser utilizadas en los OSC.
* Authentication Url Builder, is responsible for constructing an OAuth authentication Url based on a given service's profile and the desired redirect Url.
Hardt, "The oauth 2.0 authorization framework," RFC 6749, RFC Editor, October 2012, http://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/ rfc6749.txt.
OAuth 2.0 User Authentication for Less Cumbersome App Access
The gateway standardizes API specifications for NTT Com services and simplifies deployment on the systems of customers and partners by leveraging the REST API and OAuth industry standards.
This LBS used claims based authentication protocol OAuth to authenticate and subsequently authorize which exact set of users would be allowed access to the authorizing user's location.
Google API which gives RESTful access to a user's mailbox under OAuth 2.0
For Google Drive, security is ensured through the OAuth 2.0 protocol and all Google Drive Apps Contents can also be printed.
Twitter allows recently only advanced oAuth (open Authentication) that we will detail in paragraph VI.
In conclusion, this study's scope is single sign-on authentication by using some of the protocols like SAML, OAuth, and OpenID.
For the moment, we use HTTP Basic Authentication--via SSL--for accessing private environmental data (we are considering using the OAuth standard for future versions of our system).
The technique in which trust is expanded is over and done with an open authentication standard called OAuth. Sun in [61] contended that he did not find any new threat by using formal methods to examine security and privacy of OAuth protocol.