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OAuth is an open-standard authorization protocol that lets a service use another service without requiring the security details ( username, password, etc.) of the user. OAuth lets you authorize one application to access your data, or use features in another application on your behalf, without giving them your password. It is a security standard where you give one application permission to access *your data* in another application. Let’s dive into OAuth to learn more about the differences between authentication and authorization.