Protecting a perl program
joel at fentin.com
Thu May 16 23:17:50 CDT 2002
This is not about obfuscated wet T-shirts.
1. Is there a *standard* way of requiring user name & password
before I let someone run a perl program on the www?
2. Do I put an .htpasswd file in the cgi-bin directory? This (if
it works) carries the disadvantage that all programs in that
directory require UN & PW.
3. Or do I code the protection right into the program?
4. Or some other way?
Joel Fentin tel: 760-749-8863 FAX: 760-749-8864
email: joel at fentin.com web: fentin.com
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