Hack Your Own JWT Implementation

Introduction

JSON Web Tokens (JWT) are quickly becoming a great way of authorizing users to perform certain actions but a lot of things can go wrong as well in the implementation. We are going to build a JWT lab that does not check if the signature is valid but not before we give you an overview of what a JWT token looks like.

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