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OAuth 1.0 Provider with Redis in Python

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I want to build a scalable OAuth 1.0a Provider that is easy to subclass specifically in authenticating users against various databases. Focuses in leveraging performance by using Redis as the primary OAuth Provider backend, user authentications can be handled differently using any other databases.

Coded against RFC5849 so please excuse any mishaps, everyone is welcomed to fork and send pull requests.

Compatibility Against RFC5849 <http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5849>

With this README, I have no plans in supporting 3 legged authentications. I am only supporting XAuth at the moment. Fork and contribute to add support to 3 legged authentications.

OAuth 1.0 Authorization components are all expected from Authorization header. Example below.

Authorization: OAuth realm=”http://localhost:5000/”,
oauth_consumer_key=”dpf43f3p2l4k3l03”, oauth_signature_method=”HMAC-SHA1”, oauth_timestamp=”137131200”, oauth_nonce=”wIjqoS”, oauth_signature=”74KNZJeDHnMBp0EMJ9ZHt%2FXKycU%3D”

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