OAuth vs. JWT: What Is the Difference? Can You Use Them Together?
JANUARY 19, 2023
What Is OAuth? What Is JWT? Open Authorization (OAuth) is an open standard for token-based authentication over public networks. OAuth allows third-party services such as Facebook and Google to use end-user account information without exposing the user’s account credentials to a third party. It acts as an intermediary on behalf of end users, providing access tokens to third-party services authorized to share certain account information.