> However, I have since switched to using mod_auth_mysql as that has the
> advantage of doing mysql-based authentication from the .htaccess files,
> so also protecting images and other non-php-files in the directory.
> Louis van Dompselaar louis@stripped
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Are you doing this with direct authentication to mysql.user?
I'd love to do this, since Monty has indicated the logged in user could
manipulate their password.
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