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From "Boyle Owen" <>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] using .htaccess to protect a file in cgi-bin
Date Tue, 11 Feb 2003 16:37:51 GMT
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Bill Parker []
>	I would like to know how to use .htaccess to protect 
>file '' in

Use the <Files> or <FilesMatch> container to define the program and
encapsulate the "Require" directive with it, e.g.

  Require valid-user

Owen Boyle

>I can protect whole directories with this:
>AuthUserFile /home/httpd/html/mrtg/.htpasswd
>AuthGroupFile /dev/null
>AuthName "Enter Username/Password for Access to MRTG data"
>AuthType Basic
>Satisfy All
>require valid-user
>which protects the mrtg directory under /home/httpd/html
>can this be done for a single file?
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