Default Auth0 Error Page
If your callback URL is valid, when an authorization error occurs, the Authorization Server returns the appropriate error and state parameters to your callback URL. In cases where your callback URL is invalid, your application will display the default generic Auth0 error page. Alternatively, you can customize the error pages. To learn more, read Custom Error Pages.
To find the default page name for the generic error page, see Use Version Control to Manage Your Universal Login Pages.
The generic error page displays the following information if you have configured the associated fields in your Tenant Settings.
|Name of your company
|URL of your company logo
|Email address of your company's support team
|URL of your company's support page
The Authorization Server returns parameters appended to the URL as a query string.
|Identifier of the Auth0 application.
|Connection used at the time of error.
|Language set for use at the time of error.
|Error code of the error.
|Description of the error.
|Identifier used by Auth0 to find errors in internal logs.
Parameters presented vary depending on the error type and are specific to the request. For example, if the request did not contain a
client_id and resulted in an error, no client ID will be returned by the error page.