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From "Laurent Tu" <pikod...@gmail.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Proxy authentication bypassed when serving cached content?
Date Mon, 29 Oct 2007 11:47:09 GMT
Hi,


When using user authentication along with cache, I saw that user
authentication was not asked again when the content was served from the
cache.
I am using authentication inside a proxy directive:
<Proxy *>
  AuthType Basic
  ...
</Proxy>

When the content is not cached yet, Proxy-Authenticate  is sent by the proxy
server. When the content is already cached, it provides the result even
without the client providing Proxy-Authorization header.
For example, this happens with a website like http://www.perdu.com


After going through mod_cache doc, mod_proxy doc or rfc 2616, I've found
nothing about it. Can anyone please tell me if I'm understanding something
the wrong way?



Thanks
Laurent

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