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GPL
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Lastest release
version 0.9.1 on Jan 5th, 2011

Includes the following classes:

  • `BasicAuth' which depends on web server "Basic" authentication

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  • Cookie based classes `SessionCookieAuth' and `StatelessCookieAuth'

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  • Hidden field based classes `SessionHiddenAuth' and

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`StatelessHiddenAuth'

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The Cookie and Hidden classes use JavaScript/SHA1 hashing to avoid sending passwords as clear text.

Class constructor must be called BEFORE HTTP headers are output. All Authentication object constructors either return (possibly having output cookie headers) or exit (having output a login form, or error message).

cgiauth.py functions as a test if invoked as a CGI script, and as a password file creator if invoked from the command line.

Developed/tested under Python 2.5

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Last updated Jan 5th, 2011

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