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More information on Refresh Token Rotation can be found in the recommendation section of the OAuth 2. There are some cases when a one time use refresh token may be undesirable, such as when a networking error occurs and the newly issued refresh token is not received.
Hydra may be configured to use a refresh token grace period which allows a refresh token to be reused for the duration of the grace period. Note that a new refresh token is still generated and sent back in the response; clients must store and use the new refresh token. WARNING Using the refresh token grace period is an increased security risk, as an intercepted refresh token may be reused by a bad actor.
Use this feature with appropriate consideration. Skip to main content. Hydra is supposed to redirect to a login UI when initializing the ouath2 flow. These are really good questions! Long-term we of course want to connect the two so that less work is required but for now I think some documentation around this would be absolutely stellar! Great summary, that looks exactly correct! I think that would remove the need for a cookie? The main-change was to separate the hydra-functionality from the rest of the app.
I think that separation makes sense? So that route handles the redirect for after kratos has succeeded and it needs to redirect back to the UI which then accepts the login with hydra and immediately redirects again to the authorization screen if auth is needed. I was thinking when separating it, we could keep both flows working like you could initiate the login from hydra, through oauth2 flow, but also could use the demo UI just hitting kratos, not using Hydra at all, the way it used to work where you would initiate the login and get redirected to the dashboard.
Not sure if thats necessary. It also could exist as a separate demo UI so theres like the Hydra-demo-ui, Kratos-demo-ui, and then this one which uses kratos and hydra. I have also experimented with adding Oathkeeper to this as well to verify the hydra tokens.