NTLM Authentication Available on Windows via SSPI

Monday March 31st, 2003

dave writes: "A patch for bug 159015 has recently landed. It adds NTLM authentication to Mozilla on Windows — very much needed by people using Mozilla to access corporate intranets. I think it deserves some publicity as it is a long awaited RFE and needs testing. Unfortunately this is Windows only." The reason it's Windows only is because the implementation uses Windows' own SSPI API.


by umhangj

Wednesday April 9th, 2003 5:26 AM

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this patch works fine for us ... great!!. we are behind a proxy --squid with ntlm-authentication -- it would be nice if mozilla could send default_logon_automatically after getting a Proxy Authentication Required status code back from the proxy.