New Access Control Features in World-Wide-Web Servers
Christoph Schuba - PhD Candidate, Purdue University
Sep 30, 1994
The World-Wide-Web is currently the fastest growing service in the
Internet. Users make information about literally anything available to
the entire community of Internet users.
The most recent implementation of a popular W3 server (httpd.1-3
augmented its functionality by the the possibility of access control
to web pages. That is useful if users want to restrict the access to
their pages to a certain user group, or domain.
I will present the newly available functionality and discuss how
secure the implementation actually is.
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