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From Arturo 'Buanzo' Busleiman <bua...@buanzo.com.ar>
Subject Introducing mod_enigform.
Date Sat, 07 Apr 2007 16:56:19 GMT
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Hi group,

	I'm the author of a Mozilla Firefox extension called "Enigform" (http://enigform.mozdev.org),
which
enhances HTTP by adding a set of OpenPGP-* headers to outgoing requests, providing
OpenPGP-compatible digital signing of them. This allows web applications to authenticate data
and
identity.

	Currently, I provide a simple PHP function to check all that from the server side, but I'm
starting
the development of an apache auth module, and that's why I'm here.

	So, if anyone is interested in collaborating with me to make this goal, just let me know!

	So, as this authentication module will not ask for a username and password, just validate
against
the request's OpenPGP headers, request payload, and local gpg keyring via gpgme. Anything
you think
of I should be previewing?

	Sincerely,
	Buanzo

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