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Joined: Jan 14, 2006
Jan 25, 2006 07:50:00
i m making a server client authentication model for this i m using
class and its MD5 method.
By the help of this i am generating a random field called "key". And this key sends to the client, with username called "vinay", and ServerName��..
WWW-Authenticate:: ServerName="WORKGROUP", key="0c977ebb93725e437e7d75f8adc1dc", UserName="vinay", algorithm="MD5";
And client should reply with same key (same value), ServerName and a predefined password (that server provide),that password is encrypted in response field by using MD5 algorithm.
Authorization:: response="6486aafa17e2ebe3546d84a4e83c767e", UserName="vinay", ServerName="WORKGROUP", key="0c977ebb93725e437e7d75f8adc1dc", algorithm="MD5"
So in the received Header we have a new RESPONSE field which encrypted with password.
So problem is that ::-
how I can get PASSWORD from response field for authentication. means how can i decrypt that Response field.
please help me
Thanks in advance...
Joined: Mar 22, 2005
Jan 25, 2006 14:37:00
Please don't post the same question to multiple forums. If another forum is more appropriate for a question, one of the moderators will move it there anyway.
Since you got an answer in the
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Have you tried LearnNowOnline?
subject: authentication problem...
Does <auth-method> can have vendor-specific authentication scheme?
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