Re: s/key authentication for Apache on FreeBSD?
Date: 12/10/03

  • Next message: James Welcher: "Re: s/key authentication for Apache on FreeBSD?"
    Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2003 21:26:23 +0100

    > What's needed is one-time passwords for "basic" authentication in
    > Apache.

    The problem with using s/key (or opie) together with http basic auth is
    the repetive nature of http requests. The webserver would expect see
    the basic authentication string with every single request. You would be
    promtped for your next onetime password for every single gif or link on
    the page requested. I don't know how practical that would be.

    Bruce Nikkel

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