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Linkedin OAuth2 Keys

Description#

General#

  • Documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-gb/linkedin/shared/authentication/authentication
  • Summary: Linkedin OAuth2 credentials enable applications to access LinkedIn resources, such as member data. The LinkedIn platform uses permissions to protect and prevent abuse of member data.
  • IPs allowlist: To the best of our knowledge this feature is currently not available.
  • Scopes: Scopes can be set when the application requests a token for authentication. Always request minimal permission scopes necessary for the use case.

Revoke the secret#

To revoke a secret, go to the Applications dashboard, find the application which corresponds to the client ID and delete it. A new application can then be created with the same permissions.

Check for suspicious activity#

To the best of our knowledge this feature is currently not available.

Details for Linkedin oauth2#

  • Family: Api

  • Category: Social network

  • Company: Linkedin

  • High recall: False

  • Validity check available: True

  • On-premise instances exist: False

  • Only valid secrets raise an alert: False

  • Minimum number of matches: 2

  • Occurrences found for one million commits: 4.4

  • Prefixed: False

  • PreValidators:

- type: FilenameBanlistPreValidator  banlist_extensions: []  banlist_filenames: []  check_binaries: false  include_default_banlist_extensions: true- type: ContentWhitelistPreValidator  patterns:  - linkedin- type: ContentWhitelistPreValidator  patterns:  - (id|key)- type: ContentWhitelistPreValidator  patterns:  - secret

Examples#

- text: >    linkedin_client_id = 86mn593uu0cjtm    linkedin_client_secret = OSnVhWGxL8vxFL7g  client_id: 86mn593uu0cjtm  client_secret: OSnVhWGxL8vxFL7g