Oauth.Us currently supports global rate limits for all registered endpoints on a per day and per second basis. If a client exceeds the rate limit, the client will receive an error, and must defer the request.
New Oauth.Us providers come built-in with a pre-defined adminstrative user that can add new users, register endpoints, and define new client applications. The default username should be the same username that you’ve used to log into Oauth.Us. The default password is defined in the configuration. It’s highly recommended to change the default password so that no other user can guess the password.