What is this? Simple: Remember Enigform, the Firefox extension I wrote so HTTP requests could be signed using OpenPGP? Well, this is an Apache module to support access authorization at Apache’s global server/virtualhost/directory level. Pretty neat
I just wanted to let you know that the first ALPHA release of mod_auth_openpgp is ready. It has *NO* configuration options, so you need the user under your apache user to have gpg up and running with a keyring containing all public keys that will be enabled to access the Apache instance your Enigform-enabled Firefox will connect to.
To download the horrible source tarball, go here:
Check out the included README.
And remember, this is ALPHA!
- Soporte Apache para Enigform
- mod_auth_openpgp 0.1.0 released
- Enigform and mod_auth_openpgp news report.
- mod_auth_openpgp packaged for Mandriva
- Apache Frustration :P