Wednesday Apr 09, 2014
Basic Authentication (part of RFC2617) was developed along with HTTP1.1 (RFC2616) when the web was relatively new. This specification envisioned that user-agents (browsers) would ask users for their user-id and password and then pass the encoded information to the web server via the HTTP Authorization header. This form of authentication is still being requested today. Why?[Read More]
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