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Secure Retrieval of the Client Credentials from ORDS?
- ORDS 3 with published REETful module (myordsmodule)
- Hybrid Mobile Application needs to exchange data securely with myordsmodule using OAuth2: Client-Credentials
- My Apex Hosting plan supports only OAuth2: Client Credentials and does not support OAuth2: First-Party Authentication.
- Oracle SQL developer as a ORDS as RESTful modules creation and management.
I am following these articles:
My goals is to secure the client credentials from being hacked if someone reverse-engineer the mobile application.
Regarding the following flow mentioned in the above article,
It turns out that API Server in the above figure is ORDS.
So, using OAuth2:Client-Credentials, I have the following question(s):
1) How to implement steps: (4), (5) and (6) ?
2) Are there any specific documents or tutorials.
I would appreciate any help.