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Re: [Bug-wget] wget 1.11.4 can no longer authenticate using NTLMfor IIS
Re: [Bug-wget] wget 1.11.4 can no longer authenticate using NTLMfor IIS 6.0 & Sharepoint Sites?
Thu, 13 Nov 2008 10:00:23 -0800
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Christopher G. Lewis wrote:
> Sorry I'm late in joining in on this thread - the dlist change screwed me up
Sorry about that. The new list seems to have latency issues, too; but I
was getting fed up with people's subscription/unsubscription requests
being rejected. And the alarming periods of downtime didn't help either.
> Anyway - I've got NTLM working through the first part of the
> Challenge/Response for NTLMv1 and NTLM v2, including v2's signing and
> sealing (I believe). What an amazing piece of work :-)
So, I take it the available builds on your site don't have NTLM support
built? Is there a reason you weren't able to use the same code we Unix
folks are using to support NTLM in the basic builds?
> Most of what I'm working on has been taken from the LibCurl library, but my
> C skills are sorely lacking, and there are some config items in LibCurl that
> I'm not sure that we have in our ntlm.c.
> I can forward what I've got to anyone, including the inline diags that I've
> got. Works gotten crazy (again) so haven't had time to work why my final
> response calculation is failing. NTLMv2 uses MD5 vs NTLMv1's MD4.
Boy, can I relate to being too busy to work on stuff. I didn't even know
you were doing something with this, though!
> This obviously should be a priority for the next release - I'm currently
> using two versions of Wget.exe for internal stuff :-)
Sounds like you've been secretly busy! :)
Micah J. Cowan
Programmer, musician, typesetting enthusiast, gamer.
GNU Maintainer: wget, screen, teseq
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