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From Martin Hudec <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] htaccess - web script access permissions
Date Thu, 19 Jun 2003 10:54:51 GMT
On Thu June 19 2003 08:47, Robert Andersson wrote:
> You have a script that you do not want anyone to execute except Flash, that
> is sitting on your machine, right? Does the legitimate requests from flash
> have different IPs? I'm not sure why that is so, but if you have several
> IPs you can add them up in the Allow directive, and/or you can allow one or
> more sub-nets.

Exactly. But requests show up in access log with different IPs. Flash is part 
of competition on our website.

> If Flash supports providing credentials, you can add authorization on the
> directory. If not, you can do a silly thing such as pointing flash at the
> script like:
> http://yourhost/scripts/script?password=<something>
> and verify the password in the script.

Must tell my designer to look at it. That silly thing looks silly but I think 
it will do the job. But first I will try to find out anything about flash 

> Another way, is to set up a virtual host on another port where you host the
> script. Then block outside access to this port with a firewall.

A way too, but again if I call something:88/ from flash, again will I 
see different IPs in log, so this is not an option :(.

Okay I am going to google out :). Thanks.

Martin Hudec
:m: +421.907.303.393

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