What types of authentication does Lucrative.ai use to connect to my Data Sources?

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  • What are the different authentication types used?
  • Which authentication type is used for each Data Sources?

What are the different authentication types used?

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  • Basic
  • Proxy
  • OAuth1
  • OAuth2

Basic Authentication

Basic authentication is a simple authentication scheme built into the HTTP protocol. When your browser connects to a web server, it sends a “WWW-Authenticate: Basic” message in the HTTP header. Shortly after that, it sends your login credentials to the server using base64 encoding.

Proxy Authentication

Proxy authentication is used to gain access to a resource behind a proxy server. It authenticates the request to the proxy server, allowing it to transmit the request further.

OAuth1

OAuth is an authorization method used to provide access to resources over the HTTP protocol. It works by providing an application with an access token (representing your permission to access your data) to use for request authentication

OAuth2

OAuth 2.0 is an authorization protocol that gives Lucrative.ai limited access to user data on a web server. OAuth2 enables Lucrative.ai to access your data without having to handle or store your login information. 

Which authentication type is used for each Data Source?

Data Source Authentication Type
AccuRankerOAuth2
ActiveCampaignBasic
Adobe AnalyticsBasic
AhrefsOAuth2
Amazon RedshiftProxy
App Store ConnectProxy
AsanaOAuth2
Bing AdsOAuth2
BitbucketOAuth2
CallRailBasic
Campaign MonitorOAuth2
CopperBasic
DriftOAuth2
EventbriteOAuth2
Facebook AdsOAuth2
Facebook GroupsOAuth2
Facebook PagesOAuth2
GitHubOAuth2
Google AdSense / AdMobOAuth2
Google AdsOAuth2
Google AnalyticsOAuth2
Google BigQueryProxy
Google My BusinessOAuth2
Google Play ConsoleProxy
Google Search ConsoleOAuth2
HarvestOAuth2
Helpscout DocsBasic
Helpscout MailboxBasic
HubSpot CRMOAuth2
HubSpot MarketingOAuth2
Instagram BusinessOAuth2
IntercomOAuth2
Intrix CRMBasic
JiraBasic
KlaviyoBasic
LinkedIn Company PagesOAuth2
LinkedIn AdsOAuth2
LocalyticsBasic
MailchimpOAuth2
MarketoBasic
Microsoft AzureProxy
Microsoft SQL ServerProxy
MixpanelBasic
MOZBasic
MySQLProxy
OutreachOAuth2
PostgreSQLProxy
PayPalBasic
Pipedrive CRMOAuth2
ProfitWellBasic
QuickBooksOAuth1
SalesforceOAuth2
SEMRushBasic
SendGridBasic
Seventh SenseBasic
SharpSpringBasic
ShopifyOAuth2
SnowflakeProxy
StackAdaptBasic
StripeBasic
SurveyMonkeyOAuth2
TeamworkOAuth2
TwitterOAuth2
Twitter AdsOAuth1
VimeoOAuth2
Vimeo OTTBasic
WistiaBasic
WooCommerceBasic
XeroOAuth1
YouTubeOAuth2
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