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From Igor Galić <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] mod_auth_form and digest authentication
Date Mon, 26 Dec 2011 12:28:36 GMT

----- Original Message -----
> Version of Apache 2.3.15
> The documentation for mod_auth_form says that it works with digest or
> basic

Actually, mod_auth_form should work with any kind of authentication
system that you come up with, since it essentially gives up control
to you and your application

> authentication. I have it working with basic authentication from a
> database,
> but I can't find anything about how to switch over to digest. There
> are two
> reasons for wanting to do this, first if your users already have
> passwords
> encrypted in digest format, second the normal digest
> not include the password in clear text and would not need
> mod_session_crypto
> if that value were used for the session.

Is there a specific reason why you do not want to, or cannot
use mod_session_crypto?

So long,


Igor Galić

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