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- Re: HTTP Authorization in Header Request
August 18, 2008, 4:08 pm
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UserAgent, AFAIK is only sending credentials in answer to 401 response
But some administrators have their servers configured to never send
out a 401.
They probably want to hide the http authorization which is generally
regarded as a weak protection scheme.
The sites can still be accessed if the header is provided voluntarily.
Either by script as above or by putting name:password@host in the
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