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Old 5th January 2007, 21:22
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Default md5 passwords enabled with webalizer and awstats add-on

I've enabled md5 passwords (instead of crypt) for user accounts. I've also installed the awstats add-on. I'm having trouble with authentication with apache when trying to access both site.com/stats/ and site.com/awstats/. Since the password is copied from /etc/shadow (which is set to md5) the .htpasswd file is populated with md5 style passwords. At the same time, the .htaccess files generated use 'Authtype Basic'.
Can I use md5s with Authtype Basic?
Should I modify the script to create Digest auth or just revert to crypt style accounts?
Any opinions?

thanks guys.

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Old 6th January 2007, 15:33
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Can I use md5s with Authtype Basic?
No. The passwords from ISPConfig are extended crypt passwords and not simple md5 hashes. The naming in the config file is a bit misleading.
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