http-authentication tagged requests and articles

Categorized request examples and articles tagged with [http-authentication] keyword
How do I send a GET Request with Bearer Token Authorization Header?
To send a GET request with a Bearer Token authorization header, you need to make an HTTP GET request and provide your Bearer Token with the Authorization: Bearer {token} HTTP header. Bearer Authentication (also called token authentication) is an HTTP authentication scheme originally created as part of OAuth 2.0, but is now used on its own. For security reasons, bearer tokens should only be sent over HTTPS (SSL).

HTTP Authentication
HTTP provides a framework for controlling access to pages and API resources by defining several authentication schemes and implementing them.

Basic Authentication Method
Basic access authentication method is used by client to provide a user name and password when making a request

Bearer Authentication Method
A Bearer Authentication method is also known as a token-based method. This is an authentication technique that provides every request to the server with a signed token.

Digest Authentication
Digest authentication is one of the standard methods that the server uses to validate identity information like username and password.

Mutual Authentication
Mutual Authentication is a solution to a variety of attacks on the net. It minimizes the risk of fraud for online business by validating the legitimacy of both sides and purposes. Mutual authentication is performed before the actual communication through the exchange of digital certificates.

HOBA Authentication
The general idea for developing HTTP Origin-Bound Authentication scheme is to simplify the implementation process.