passwords to CGI
Erik Max Francis
max at alcyone.com
Tue Jan 14 11:25:24 CET 2003
Will Stuyvesant wrote:
> Sending a password to a CGI script with this HTML::
> <input type=password name=pwd>
> is scary for a user since he sees the pwd appearing
> in the url the browser calls. This is when you use
> the GET method (I'd rather not use POST, see below).
> Is there a way to encrypt a password before it is
> sent? Maybe completely different HTML? I know
> about the getpass module but I want the user to be
> able to only use his browser.
No, not with pure CGI and HTML. With client-side scripting you could.
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