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Stealing Passwords is Easy in Native Mobile Apps Despite OAuth

Stealing Passwords is Easy in Native Mobile Apps Despite OAuth

Preface

OAuth is a fantastic login protocol that allows disparate web applications to all use the same login provider. However, I’ve discovered that its use in native mobile applications is borderline dangerous, and in this post I’ll describe why.

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Mobile Web is Years Away from Competing with Native

Native mobile apps rule the mobile experience, no one in their right mind would deny that, but I’ve heard a lot of talk over the past year about the impending doom of native apps and how the mobile web is bound to replace them.

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Native Mobile Apps vs. Web Mobile Apps is Not a Feature War

While reading my much-loved Flipboard today, I came across an article in the Wired section from Webmonkey called How Do Native Apps and Web Apps Compare? Having worked in both mobile native and web apps, this is a topic very near and dear to my heart. It’s slightly biased towards the mobile web, but the comments in the article keep the overall content as a fair comparison. Definitely worth a read.

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