With OAuth, users don't have to create
multiple accounts across different
websites and apps.
Users can simply use their existing
credentials from one website or app to
log in to another.
Simplifies the login process for users,
as users don't have to remember
multiple usernames and passwords.
Pros: User control
OAuth gives users
over their data and
have access to it.
Users can revoke
access to their
data at any time.
OAuth can be complicated to
implement and requires
developers to have a good
understanding of the protocol
and its specifications
Challenging for smaller
organizations with limited
resources to implement.
Cons: Reliance on third-party services
• OAuth requires the use of third-party services to manage user authentication
• can increase reliance on those services
• create potential security vulnerabilities.
control over user
With OAuth, developers
have limited control over
the user experience, as
they must adhere to the
Can limit customization
options for the login
Cons: Potential for user confusion
• OAuth involves the use of pop-up windows or redirects to third-party sites, which can
confuse users and make them more susceptible to phishing attacks.