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We moved from nginx to HAProxy for our SSL provider this weekend as part of a larger rollout. In the move, we shifted our header checks to the now de-facto standard SSL protocol header. While I thought I fixed all the apps relying on the old header and standardized everything internally, stackexchange.com was left out and thought your auth requests weren't ...
This was fixed in the latest deploy.
The fix for me was unchecking "Enable Client Side OAuth Flow"
In a nutshell and don't know ask me how to write this in C#: That first "500 error" page is normal. You must display that to the user and the user must approve. When the user approves, the page will redirect to a page (nominally stackexchange.com/oauth/login_success) with the access_token in the URL parameters. For example: ...
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