OAuth 2.0 Device Posture Signals
draft-wdenniss-oauth-device-posture-00

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https://www.ietf.org/archive/id/draft-wdenniss-oauth-device-posture-00.txt

Abstract

Enterprise and security focused OAuth providers typically want additional signals to confirm user presence when users return to previously authorized apps. Rather than requiring a full reauthentication, or require enrollment in a mobile device management solution, some authorization servers may be willing to accept device posture signals from the app, like the fact that device has a lock screen, as confirmation of user presence. This document details how OAuth native app clients can communicate device posture signals to OAuth providers.

Authors

William Denniss (wdenniss@google.com)

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