Projects / HttpAuth


HttpAuth is a daemon and framework for authenticating HTTP requests. It supports Basic and Digest authentication against various databases such as LDAP, PostgreSQL, or MySQL. It also supports NTLM authentication against a Windows Server.

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  •  21 Dec 2006 17:48

    Release Notes: A crash which occurred when doing some sort of Basic authentication was fixed. Numbers are now allowed in handler names. The program reconnects properly to httpauthd when that daemon has been restarted. The Java (Jetty) authenticator now supports NTLM properly. A bug where Apache 2.x wouldn't lock down credentials for NTLM properly to a single connection was fixed.

    •  11 May 2006 06:15

      No changes have been submitted for this release.


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