Ankit Kanojia
What is JWT (Json Web Token)?

JSON Web Token is an Internet standard for creating JSON-based access tokens that assert some number of claims. Allow us to authenticate requests between the client and the server by encrypting authentication information into a secure, compact JSON object that is digitally signed.

Which perform following opearations

  1. Generation of claims: for instance, time based claims.
  2. Signing: using a Joken.Signer
  3. Verifying: also using a Joken.Signer
  4. Validation: running custom validations for received claims
By Ankit Kanojia in .NET on Mar 02 2020
  • Pranam Bhat
    May, 2021 27

    JWT (JSON web token) has become more and more popular in web development. It is an open standard which allows transmitting data between parties as a JSON object in a secure and compact way. The data transmitting using JWT between parties are digitally signed so that it can be easily verified and trusted.

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