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  • suvankargiri7 12:29 pm on September 4, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    OAuth authentication 

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    The OAuth protocol enables websites or applications (Consumers) to access Protected Resources from a web service (Service Provider) via an API, without requiring Users to disclose their Service Provider credentials to the Consumers. More generally, OAuth creates a freely-implementable and generic methodology for API authentication.

    An example use case is allowing printing service printer.example.com (the Consumer), to access private photos stored on photos.example.net (the Service Provider) without requiring Users to provide their photos.example.net credentials to printer.example.com.


    Authenticating with OAuth

    OAuth authentication is the process in which Users grant access to their Protected Resources without sharing their credentials with the Consumer. OAuth uses Tokens generated by the Service Provider instead of the User’s credentials in Protected Resources requests. The process uses two Token types:

    Request Token:
    Used by the Consumer to ask the User to authorize access to the Protected Resources. The User-authorized Request Token is exchanged for an Access Token…

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  • suvankargiri7 10:55 am on September 4, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    How to limit RAM usage for Mozilla Firefox 

    I noticed that mozilla firefox is taking lots of memory on my pc.  So I found a solution How to fixed that memory.

    STEP 1: Open Mozilla Firefox.

    STEP 2: Type “about:config” in address bar.

    Mozilla Firefox About Config

    STEP 3: Click “I Promise” button.

    STEP 4: Type “browser.cache”  in Search Field.

    STEP 5. After that Change the value for “browser.cache.disk.capacity”.  depend on system memory, you can assign different value. recommended

    browser.cache.disk.capacity value

     

    512MB RAM -1GB RAM — >Value 15000

    1GB RAM Above —–> Value 50000

     
  • suvankargiri7 9:38 am on September 4, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Windows 7 Check your system information in cmd 

    some people maybe know this information. I posted this for those people who does not know and also if you will require  to know your system information, but you must need administrator permission, then how will you do this.

    STEP 1: Start-> Type cmd on Search field.
    STEP 2: Right Click on “cmd” and Click on “Run as Administrator”.
    STEP 3: cmd window will come up.Type “systeminfo”
    STEP 4: Enter.

    System information using cmd

     
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