What's in the "denied" GET argument after a user denies an authorization request?


#1

When a user denies an OAuth authorization request, Twitter responds by calling back to the originating URL with something like “… /someurl?denied=kgkRgcAUXV27ILJLjmVw6W2QwDouT5LQdfcrZGLxdc” Just getting the “denied” argument is enough to let me handle the situation (I guess), but does anybody know what that that encoded string is? I’m not sure if there’s anything in there that I should care about or not. Thanks!


#2

Did you ever find the answer to this question? Now I would like to know… I can handle the denied request without knowing, but it seems like if Twitter sends me some data then I should be able to do something with it…