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What is scope in Identity Server 4?

What is scope in Identity Server 4?

In IdentityServer4, scopes are typically modeled as resources, which come in two flavors: Identity and API. An identity resource allows you to model a scope that will permit a client application to view a subset of claims about a user.

What is a scope OpenID?

OpenID Connect (OIDC) scopes are used by an application during authentication to authorize access to a user’s details, like name and picture. Each scope returns a set of user attributes, which are called claims. The scopes an application should request depend on which user attributes the application needs.

What is an authorization scope?

Scopes allow you to limit your application’s access to user data and to the V3 API endpoints. When your application requests a user’s permission to access their data, Constant Contact uses authorization scopes to determine what information your application needs.

How do I add a scope to my API?

Select Azure Active Directory > App registrations, and then select your API’s app registration. Select Expose an API > Add a scope.

What is allowed OAuth scopes?

Allowed OAuth scopes is used to determine the list of scopes that will be allowed for the product. This does not keep the token from being created or verified successfully. For example, say the Allowed OAuth scopes for the API product are gold, silver, and bronze. Assume the app has been granted access to that product.

What is client scope?

{project_name} allows you to define a shared client configuration in an entity called a client scope. Client scopes also provide support for the OAuth 2 scope parameter, which allows a client application to request more or fewer claims or roles in the access token, according to the application needs.

What is Google scope?

When your application needs access to user data, it asks Google for a particular scope of access. Google displays a consent screen to the user, asking them to authorize your application to request some of their data.

How do I enable OAuth for Gmail?

Setting up OAuth 2.0

  1. Go to the API Console.
  2. From the projects list, select a project or create a new one.
  3. If the APIs & services page isn’t already open, open the console left side menu and select APIs & services.
  4. On the left, click Credentials.
  5. Click New Credentials, then select OAuth client ID.

Does Google have two-factor authentication?

Google offers various kinds of two-factor authentication. Alongside the traditional password, users can enter a one-time security code that they receive via text or voice call or that they generate on the Google Authenticator app, which runs on Android and on Apple’s mobile operating system iOS.

Can you use Google Authenticator without a Google account?

Google Authenticator makes your online accounts more secure. You need to enter the regular password and a one-time password generated on your phone (or tablet) to log into any online account* where 2-step authentication is enabled.

How does Google Authenticator work if I lose my phone?

If you have lost or your phone was stolen, anyone may now generate new tokens using your Google Authenticator app. After you recovered the access to your Google Account using Backup Codes, go to 2-Step Verification and select Change Phone option under Authenticator App. Scan the QR code with your new phone.

What happens to Google Authenticator if I change my phone?

Because 2FA uses security keys that are specific to each piece of hardware, you can’t simply reinstall Google Authenticator on your new phone and use it to log in. Instead, you have to transfer the keys to your new app.