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Last active June 21, 2024 14:09
How to deal with JWT expiration?

First of all, please note that token expiration and revoking are two different things.

  1. Expiration only happens for web apps, not for native mobile apps, because native apps never expire.
  2. Revoking only happens when (1) uses click the logout button on the website or native Apps;(2) users reset their passwords; (3) users revoke their tokens explicitly in the administration panel.

1. How to hadle JWT expiration

A JWT token that never expires is dangerous if the token is stolen then someone can always access the user's data.

Quoted from JWT RFC:

diemuzi / README
Created October 7, 2012 19:44
Apache 2.2.x / 2.4.x FPM Configuration
This configuration is a working copy which I have tested on Apache 2.2.x and 2.4.x
I highly recommend you use this version of mod_fastcgi as it works with Apache 2.4.x, version does not!
The version is 2.4.6, the version I am recommending registers as 2.4.7
To patch mod_fastcgi for use with Apache 2.4.x look at the debian/patches folder. It's not specific to Debian OS so don't let that fool you. I personally use Archlinux.
Of course to compile mod_fastcgi:
virtualstaticvoid /
Created June 14, 2011 08:58
25 Most Frequently Used Linux IPTables Rules Examples
# Modify this file accordingly for your specific requirement.
# 1. Delete all existing rules
iptables -F
# 2. Set default chain policies
iptables -P INPUT DROP
iptables -P FORWARD DROP
iptables -P OUTPUT DROP
daaku / facebook-sample.php
Created February 9, 2011 06:18
A simple Facebook PHP example.
* A simple Facebook PHP example.
* - This is not a "Facebook SDK".
* - This example uses Curl, Hash, JSON, Session extensions.
* - This does not use the JavaScript SDK, nor the cookie set by it.
* - This works with Canvas, Page Tabs with IFrames, the Registration Plugin
* and with any other flow which uses the signed_request.