I’m trying to setup a Squid proxy using Oauth2 on a Digital Ocean instance and I found some documentation on a website called Nuget that points to a Squid.Oauth2 package that can be downloaded and installed. It seems to be lacking instructions. Is there a supported way to achieve this? I’m not sure why DigitalOcean was specifically mentioned here as well. Thanks!

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DO is mentioned there because they expose an oauth provider so you can allow users of your application to authenticate to you as their DO user in the same way you can use twitter or facebook as a login provider.

I’m not really sure how you’d get .net and squid working together, but you could try bitly/oauth2_proxy if you’ve got a droplet that can run go.