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What's the English word for something that given attention too much to Is the Nintendo network ban tied to NNID or the console? When redirected back to /auth/twitter/callback, there is a token, which needs to be combined with the "request secret" in order to get the final access token. cookie: {secure:false, maxAge: 365 * 24 * 60 * 60 * 1000 } still does not help to me. Interesting note is that this is quite reproducible if you use mobile web browser... weblink

Then, instead of trying to visit http://localhost:3000/auth/twitter (or the url you have set as an entry point to your login), point your browser to http://127.0.0.1:3000/auth/twitter instead, and it should work. Can a 50 Hz, 220 VAC transformer work on 40 Hz, 180VAC? Notice that the error occurs over a connection between the authenticating server and has a different IP than mine (I am 173.95.136.6). stevebingsoo commented Jul 18, 2014 This was driving me nuts but here's what my issue was and the solution.

Internaloautherror: Failed To Obtain Request Token

This problem has been driving me nuts for about a month. Please fix, shouldn't be a 500 Owner jaredhanson commented Sep 10, 2013 Yes, those are cases that would cause the error: Session expired. If the request secret isn't available in the session, then the OAuth exchange is unable to proceed. Reload to refresh your session.

Reload to refresh your session. Please let me know what other info you need. return done(null, profile); }); }));``` Any help or hint would be appreciated, n Owner jaredhanson commented Jun 26, 2012 Have you had any luck resolving this issue? Passport-twitter-token egeozcan commented Oct 30, 2012 I'm pretty sure I've set it up correctly...

If I instead navigated to 127.0.0.1:3000, it works fine. (This is probably because the twitter callback URL is also set to 127.0.0.1:3000/..., and I'm guessing the browser keeps different cookies for You signed out in another tab or window. So, does anybody has similar issues last few days? pateljatin commented Oct 3, 2013 Yes, it's all going to the same host/port - I verified this - initially, I thought this was problem but it isn't...

Already have an account? Passport-twitter Github Reload to refresh your session. Strange behavior, but it is what it is. cjroebuck commented Oct 23, 2013 I had the error for a short while too but the code comment below made sense, and after changing my callback url to be the same

Passport Internaloautherror Failed To Obtain Access Token

Skip to content Ignore Learn more Please note that GitHub no longer supports old versions of Firefox. But, I kept trying to go to http://localhost:3000/, rather than http://127.0.0.1:3000/, because the habit is deeply ingrained. Internaloautherror: Failed To Obtain Request Token We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. Passport Twitter Oauth2 Jumped directly to URL.

Minutes later, they tried to pull the pages, presumably to scan them for viruses. have a peek at these guys So, we started to investigate the issue and for that we made a new small clean node.js application (https://github.com/rnikitin/twitter-oauth-test) following step by step the passport.js instructions. You can use that to rollback on their side without using Git. –D. Perhaps there are some new session management policies in place in iOS safari? Failed To Obtain Access Token Passport

Nothing can stop them from doing their validation/reputation callback attempts, short of filtering their IPs. In actuality, it didn't like my redirect url "http://localhost/auth/twitter/callback". Same port? check over here Reload to refresh your session.

I'm not sure how to debug this. Passport-google-oauth We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. Here are the events intertwined with the requests.

Then the response came from twitter in form of (callback?oauth_token=...&oauth_verifier=...) but could not find session object since it was in another process.

Confusion in fraction notation How do I install Python 3.6 using apt-get? Hope it helps. more hot questions question feed lang-js about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation Passport-google-oauth Example It works.

Reload to refresh your session. Any ideas? Is there a revision bump in your deployed slug? this content Just checked this within my app.

Everything was working fine till i move to production server. You signed in with another tab or window. Not the answer you're looking for? The error will raise if you try to browse to localhost:3000, but it won't if you point your browser to 127.0.0.1:3000 instead.

carlos-lopez commented Nov 24, 2012 Maybe my previous comment wasn't clear. Some of the users experience this others not, or sometime they do, some times not, and that's quite frustrating since I generally loose 30/40 users per day :) 2012-06-18T19:40:01+00:00 app[web.1]: Error: Now, navigate to http://127.0.0.1:3000 in your browser. you assume that key to exist, but session might've expired, was corrupted, or somebody might've just jumped to that URL.

For people having this problem, its not clear to me what the common cause is, and, therefore, what is the best way to handle it. You signed in with another tab or window. This should solve your problem.