OAuth Test Server

Instructions for Use

This is a test server with a predefined static set of keys and tokens, you can make your requests using them to test your code.

Your Consumer Key / Secret

Use this key and secret for all your requests.

Getting a Request Token

A successful request will return the following:

oauth_token=requestkey&oauth_token_secret=requestsecret

An unsuccessful request will attempt to describe what went wrong.

Example

http://oauthbin.com/v1/request-token?oauth_consumer_key=key&oauth_nonce=da0ddb9457d9b71cc8328f7ff1b13de9&oauth_signature=9IL6pUX72p3cVdchiQvlEFZTM9g%3D&oauth_signature_method=HMAC-SHA1&oauth_timestamp=1529457392&oauth_version=1.0

Getting an Access Token

The Request Token provided above is already authorized, you may use it to request an Access Token right away.

A successful request will return the following:

oauth_token=accesskey&oauth_token_secret=accesssecret

An unsuccessful request will attempt to describe what went wrong.

Example

http://oauthbin.com/v1/access-token?oauth_consumer_key=key&oauth_nonce=adc2b1a37493de0bc455e790e0d6467e&oauth_signature=fHHZxnMfZQi8o9jKjvlNmKh%2BoI4%3D&oauth_signature_method=HMAC-SHA1&oauth_timestamp=1529457392&oauth_token=requestkey&oauth_version=1.0

Making Authenticated Calls

Using your Access Token you can make authenticated calls.

A successful request will echo the non-OAuth parameters sent to it, for example:

method=foo&bar=baz

An unsuccessful request will attempt to describe what went wrong.

Example

http://oauthbin.com/v1/echo?bar=baz&method=foo%2520bar&oauth_consumer_key=key&oauth_nonce=1c737ad59479f89de80ff2b8cf39ae49&oauth_signature=rHiHEC%2B4YWbIhSEf%2FmSFtXIwPHc%3D&oauth_signature_method=HMAC-SHA1&oauth_timestamp=1529457392&oauth_token=accesskey&oauth_version=1.0

Currently Supported Signature Methods

Current signing method is: HMAC-SHA1