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Re: s/key authentication for Apache on FreeBSD?
From: Mark Murray (markgrondar.org)
Date: Sun Dec 14 2003 - 06:45:17 CST
This is now off FreeBSD (no more PAM), and is VERY httpd/Apache
specific. I suggest you move it to the Apache lists, where no doubt
more Apache experts will be able to help you out.
Brett Glass writes:
> At 10:45 PM 12/13/2003, Matthew D. Fuller wrote:
> >HTTP AUTH sends the user/pass strings with every request (more precisely,
> >the browser caches what you put in, and sends it every time the server
> >returns a 401 with the same realm name.)
> I apologize; I wasn't being clear. My question was, does the Apache
> server then send the user name and password on to the library that
> is doing authentication every time? Or does it recognize that the
> user and password (and/or IP) are the same as before and allow
> subsequent hits?
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