Identity & Security
Social Login On The Rise: How Secure Is It?
Find out if social login is really all it's hyped up to be.
Why You Should Always Use Access Tokens to Secure an API
We explain the difference between access token and ID token and why the latter should never be used to secure an API.
Add SSO for Disqus on your WordPress Site with Auth0
Learn how utilize SSO for your Disqus WordPress plugin for your blog comments using Auth0 for authentication on the blog.
Is Passwordless Authentication More Secure Than Passwords?
When your users' behaviors determine the safety of your login, passwordless comes out on top.
Brute Forcing HS256 is Possible: The Importance of Using Strong Keys in Signing JWTs
Cracking a JWT signed with weak keys is possible via brute force attacks. Learn how Auth0 protects against such attacks and alternative JWT signing methods provided.
Why Identity Matters for Innovation Labs
Learn about identity innovations, and why identity matters for innovation labs.
Analyzing Identity in Movies
As technology becomes more advanced, movies are predictors of how our identity will be utilized.
5 Reasons Your Company Needs Identity and Access Management
From revenue to employee happiness, identity management has more to offer than you might think.
Critical Vulnerability in JSON Web Encryption
JSON Web Encryption is vulnerable to a classic Invalid Curve Attack. Learn how this may affect you and what to do about it.
Cloudpets Data Breach Affects Over 820,000 Customers
An unsecured database allowed hackers to steal personal information from over 820,000 Cloudpets customers. Learn how this may affect you and what to do next.
What Cloudbleed Means for You and Your Customers
Tavis Ormandy, a vulnerability researcher at Google, discovered that Cloudflare was accidentally leaking sensitive data including passwords, private messages, and more. Learn how this may affect you and your customers and what to do next.
SHA-1 Has Been Compromised In Practice
The CWI Institute and Google have successfully demonstrated a practical SHA-1 collision attack by publishing two unique PDF files that produce the same hash value.
Is Multifactor Authentication The Best Way To Secure Your Accounts? Myths And Reality
Multifactor authentication is important, but the question of implementation is more complex than it seems.