Drupal rest API authentication module secures the unauthorized access to your Drupal site using different authentication credentials verification.
Drupal Rest API authentication module secures the unauthorized access to your Drupal site using different authentication credentials verification.
Drupal Rest API Authentication module secures the unauthorized access to your Drupal site using different authentication credentials verification.
Based on user's Drupal roles/capabilities users can get access to his Drupal Dashboard and other REST APIs for that site.
Provide the Signature Verification and Validation along with JWT Token Validation. Also, an option to select the Signing Algorithm to validate the JWT token.
Default token expiry time provided is 1 hour. Using this feature admin can change the token expiry date as per his requirement.
Default all the Drupal REST APIs will be protected. Using this feature admin can make some APIs to publicly accessible without authentication.
Default Authorization Header will be used to authenticate the requests. Using this feature admin can change Authorization header to any other header accordingly.
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