Re: Mailman-Developers Digest, Vol 125, Issue 1
Trying to hack interface to bypass Mailman's authorization so that I can integrate it with another administrative environment, so basically I am trying to spoof the cookie that mailman sends after successful login from my own environment.
I have isolated the cookie and but my problem is how the program encrypts or encodes the password and timestamp data. I dont know how to recreate this cookie.
Could someone enlighten me how to do this? Or what the cookie looks like, and how it is encoded?
Basically my external administrative environment will have a list of who is authorized to edit which list, and once that authorization is successful, it will send a cookie (one which looks just like the one mailman is expecting) to the user. So then the user will seamlessly be able to have administrative access.
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