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So I've been advised that UUID is not considered to be secure enough, although practically it should be. So in Node/JS world it's better to use secure module instead of uuid.v4(). More specifically: crypto.randomBytes(32).toString('hex') But this is a general discussion about UUID, not sure if there are extra requirements for OAuth stuff. I wouldn't say so.


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I stumble across this in trying to help someone on another forum and the answers here give information about client certificates that is, at best, misleading if not incorrect. First things first. What is a client certificate? A client certificate is (in typical parlance) an X.509 certificate like the one that let's your browser trust this website. What ...


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