[Openid-specs-ab] Lite Draft 9

Nat Sakimura sakimura at gmail.com
Sat Aug 20 01:04:21 UTC 2011


To be exact, the default format of the I'd_token is JWT, I believe. 
If the server provides type of the token via either discovery or out of band information, it could use other formats, like FB signed request. 

=nat via iPad

On 2011/08/20, at 4:12, John Bradley <ve7jtb at ve7jtb.com> wrote:

> The id_token is the access token for the check session endpoint.
> 
> Only the id_token is sent to the check session endpoint.
> 
> As Oauth only has one access token we have to give the access token for the session endpoints a separate name.  That is id_token.  I did rase the possibility of calling it session but no one took me up on that.
> 
> The access token for the check session endpoint is a signed JWT that way a client can inspect it directly and never use the check session endpoint.
> 
> John B.
> On 2011-08-19, at 3:06 PM, Allen Tom wrote:
> 
>> In section 3.3.1 - Are both the access_token and the id_token supposed to be sent to the Check Session endpoint? The way that Section 3.3.1 in Draft 9 is currently written, it sounds like only the id_token is sent in the request, and that the id_token is actually the access_token.
>> 
>> It would probably be helpful to have an example Check Session request in the spec.
>> 
>> Allen
>> 
>> 
>> On Fri, Aug 19, 2011 at 12:02 PM, Allen Tom <allentomdude at gmail.com> wrote:
>> The explanation in Section 3 regarding when to use the Implicit vs Code flow is vague, because it's not clear as to what it means for a client to securely maintain state between itself and the auth server.
>> 
>> It might be better to just say that the Code flow should be used if the redirect_uri doesn't use HTTPS, and if the client is able to securely store its client_secret.
>> 
>> Allen
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