I love delegated authentication. I strongly feel that this is one of the priorities that the ASP.NET Core team got right by "forcing" or better coercing developers and companies to use an external service to manage user authentication and authorisation. The right route. Why? Only a couple of days T-Mobile Austria made the news (and Twitter news) for claiming that they have "Amazingly Good Security" while storing users' passwords in clear text! You can read all about it here. However, we're not here to lament on other peoples' bad security. There are too many things wrong with this example …[read more]
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I'm a big proponent of delegated authentication. It's no surprise that Broken Authentication is #2 at the OWASP top 10 latest report. It's been #2 for a very long time, which means that developers and enterprises are still getting this wrong. There are so many ways that authentication that can go wrong, that delegated authentication should be the preferred and possibly the default choice for all platforms. There are many different services that can provide this. I've heavily worked with Azure AD and Azure AD B2C but this time I wanted to take Auth0 for a spin. In this post …[read more]