From: Mike Clark <Mike.Clark@Cinven.com> - 2004-10-26 08:13:06
no, but it could... and seems like a good idea to me.
Not to mention pretty simple to implement, if i have time
I will look at this.
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> Sent: 26 October 2004 08:03
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> Subject: [videodb-devel] SSL login support
> Just another query. Due to security concerns, I'd like
> to have SSL enabled on the VideoDB login page.
> It's not a problem for me to setup VideoDB to be run
> from an SSL-enabled server, but as there's overhead to
> SSL I'd want the SSL feature to only be available on
> the login page and then after the user logs in, to
> revert back to plain HTML afterwards.
> Does VideoDB support this?
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