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NAME Apache::Htpasswd - Manage Unix crypt-style password file. SYNOPSIS use Apache::Htpasswd; $foo = new Apache::Htpasswd("path-to-file"); # Add an entry $foo->htpasswd("zog", "password"); # Change a password $foo->htpasswd("zog", "new-password", "old-password"); # Change a password without checking against old password # The 1 signals that the change is being forced. $foo->htpasswd("zog", "new-password", 1); # Check that a password is correct $pwdFile->htCheckPassword("zog", "password"); # Fetch an encrypted password $foo->fetchPass("foo"); # Delete entry $foo->htDelete("foo"); # If something fails, check error $foo->error; # Write in the extra info field $foo->writeInfo("login", "info"); # Get extra info field for a user $foo->fetchInfo("login"); DESCRIPTION This module comes with a set of methods to use with htaccess password files. These files (and htaccess) are used to do Basic Authentication on a web server. The passwords file is a flat-file with login name and their associated crypted password. You can use this for non-Apache files if you wish, but it was written specifically for .htaccess style files. FUNCTIONS htaccess->new("path-to-file"); "path-to-file" should be the path and name of the file containing the login/password information. error; If a method returns an error, or a method fails, the error can be retrived by calling error() htCheckPassword("login", "password"); Finds if the password is valid for the given login. Returns 1 if passes. Returns 0 if fails. htpasswd("login", "password"); This will add a new user to the password file. Returns 1 if succeeds. Returns undef on failure. htDelete("login") Delete users entry in password file. Returns 1 on success Returns undef on failure. htpasswd("login", "new-password", "old-password"); If the *old-password* matches the *login's* password, then it will replace it with *new-password*. If the *old-password* is not correct, will return 0. htpasswd("login", "new-password", 1); Will replace the password for the login. This will force the password to be changed. It does no verification of old-passwords. Returns 1 if succeeds Returns undef if fails fetchPassword("login"); Returns *encrypted* password if succeeds. Returns 0 if login is invalid. Returns undef otherwise. fetchInfo("login"); Returns additional information if succeeds. Returns 0 if login is invalid. Returns undef otherwise. writeInfo("login", "info"); Will replace the additional information for the login. Returns 0 if login is invalid. Returns undef otherwise. CryptPasswd("password", "salt"); Will return an encrypted password using 'crypt'. If *salt* is ommitted, a salt will be given by the subroutine using the first 2 character of $0. INSTALLATION You install Apache::Htpasswd, as you would install any perl module library, by running these commands: perl Makefile.PL make make test make install make clean DOCUMENTATION POD style documentation is included in the module. These are normally converted to manual pages and installed as part of the "make install" process. You should also be able to use the 'perldoc' utility to extract and read documentation from the module files directly. AVAILABILITY The latest version of Apache::Htpasswd should always be available from: $CPAN/modules/by-authors/id/K/KM/KMELTZ/ Visit <URL:http://www.perl.com/CPAN/> to find a CPAN site near you. VERSION $Revision: 1.5 $ $Date: 2001/03/15 01:50:12 $ CHANGES $Log: Htpasswd.pm,v $ Revision 1.5.1 2001/03/26 08:25:38 kevin Fixed newline problem Revision 1.5 2001/03/15 01:50:12 kevin Fixed small bug for newlines Revision 1.4 2001/02/23 08:23:46 kevin Added support for extra info fields Revision 1.3 2000/04/04 15:00:15 meltzek Made file locking safer to avoid race conditions. Fixed typo in docs. Revision 1.2 1999/01/28 22:43:45 meltzek Added slightly more verbose error croaks. Made sure error from htCheckPassword is only called when called directly, and not by $self. Revision 1.1 1998/10/22 03:12:08 meltzek Slightly changed how files lock. Made more use out of carp and croak. Made sure there were no ^M's as per Randal Schwartz's request. BUGS None knows at time of writting. AUTHOR INFORMATION Copyright 1998..2001, Kevin Meltzer. All rights reserved. It may be used and modified freely, but I do request that this copyright notice remain attached to the file. You may modify this module as you wish, but if you redistribute a modified version, please attach a note listing the modifications you have made. This is released under the same terms as Perl itself. Address bug reports and comments to: perlguy@perlguy.com The author makes no warranties, promises, or gaurentees of this software. As with all software, use at your own risk. SEE ALSO the Apache::Htgroup manpage
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