[Melbourne-pm] Apache auth and one time passwords.
mikem at open.com.au
Wed Mar 9 21:08:06 PST 2005
On Thursday 10 March 2005 13:31, Daniel Pittman wrote:
> I have a couple of web based systems that I would like to protect with a
> one time password tool, and being lazy, I want to use the work someone
> else has done to achieve this.
> Obviously, the simplest implementation wouldn't work, since a different
> one time password for every HTTP request would be a little
> user-unfriendly. ;)
> So, what I want is a system that will authenticate the user via OTP,
> once, and retain that authentication for the client machine for a few
> minutes via a cookie or similar.
Can be done.
> At the moment, a mod_perl Authz handler looks like the best bet for
> doing this, and I am figure that someone else must have done this, or
> something similar, before.
> So, can anyone point me to a solution that, in order of preference:
> * ties OPIE to Apache for authentication?
> * implements a "cookie based" authentication mechanism, with timeouts,
> that I could easily hack OTP password support into?
mod_auth_radius does that automatically, with configurable cookie timeouts
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