This may happen because when a product or application is build as per the specification but these specifications are not up to the mark hence they fail to address the user requirements.
Validation is basically done by the testers during the testing. Incidents can also be of type ‘Question’ where the functionality is not clear to the tester.
Those business models that sustain our challenge will receive our "Business Model Validation" stamp of approval.
The Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) v2.0 endpoint emits several types of security tokens in each authentication flow.
The v2.0 endpoint also supports authentication and sign-in via Open ID Connect.
Open ID Connect introduces a third type of token, the ID token. A bearer token is a lightweight security token that grants the bearer access to a protected resource.
For more information about JWTs, see the JWT specification.
The same security principles apply when storing or caching bearer tokens for later use.
Always ensure that your app securely transmits and stores bearer tokens.
For more security considerations for bearer tokens, see RFC 6750 Section 5.
ID tokens are represented as JWTs, and they contain claims that you can use to sign the user in to your app.
You can use the claims in an ID token in various ways.