mod_auth_pgsql 2.0.3 reviewDownload
mod_auth_pgsql Apache module allows user authentication (and can log authethication requests) against information stored in a Postgre
mod_auth_pgsql Apache module allows user authentication (and can log authethication requests) against information stored in a PostgreSQL database. PostgreSQL is a public domain SQL database.
One database, and one (or two) tables. One table holds the username and the encryped (or plain) password.
The other table holds the username and the names of the group to which the user belongs.
It is possible to have username, groupname and password in the same table.
Every authentication access is logged in the same database of the authentication table, but in different table.
User name and date of the request are logged.
As option, it can log password, ip address, request line.
Apache >= 2.0.40
PostreSQL >= 7.x
What's New in This Release:
Security fixes and bugfixes were done.
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