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Authentication via OAuth2

OAuth2 authentication isn't as complicated as it looks like

Access to the CertCenter REST API requires previous registration as a CertCenter customer. After you signed up successfully, the authentication takes place by submitting your valid OAuth2 token (which you can obtain through the CertCenter UI).

curl "https://api.certcenter.com/rest/v1/Limit" \
-H "Authorization: Bearer DW2JU3CRS9V3D9QST3JQ9E69.oauth2.certcenter.com"

The OAuth2 protocol can be very complicated. The good news: It is not mandatory to take care of the whole framework (RFC6749). CertCenter offers a neat user interface to interact with the OAuth2 system.


Authentication via OAuth2

OAuth2 authentication isn't as complicated as it looks like