I received an email this morning from Google mentioning a project I have that is using some Google+ OAuth APIs that are deprecated and will be fully shut down on March 7. Some API calls will start to intermittently fail as of yesterday and OAuth requests for Google+ scopes will start to intermittently fail as early as February 15. As such, this is quite urgent.
In the project mentioned in the email, I do not use OAuth with anything else other than through Auth0. As such, it must be coming from somewhere internally in Auth0’s code. The specific endpoint it mentioned is the plus.me endpoint (found here). It appears that this deprecation has been leading to changes in other auth libraries such as Passport (see GitHub issues here and here) and the issue could be quite simply changing from one API endpoint to another. I assume the reason for accessing this endpoint is because of the required nature of the basic and extended profiles when setting up a Google connection of any kind in Auth0 (either Social or Enterprise)
Are there plans to fix this before the full shutdown of the Google+ APIs on March 7?