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Have a look to the apps link on your Profile page *. * or follow this link


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I had a similar issue a few months ago ago, and I came up with a couple of suggestions, one exactly like how you suggested: Ask the user for the email associated with their account, MD5 it, and compare it to the value provided by the API. This works, provided it isn't essential that the user is who he says he is - a users email may be publicly available, ...


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This is relatively easy - just make him give you the same email address that he provided for his Stack Exchange account and then calculate the MD5 hash of the email address. Then compare that to the email_hash member of his account data. If the two hashes match, then the user is indeed who they claim to be. If not, they either provided a different email ...


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I found answer myself and posted in my blog post StackAlert Firefox Extension error key is not valid for passed access_token Solution in brief When you remove the application from StackExchange apps, and even after uninstalling the extension from Firefox, you will still have traces of that extension in Firefox. To make this extension work again, we have ...


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