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Posted on 1998-09-10
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Hi all,

I just can't remember the URL syntax to a address that requires a login and password. It's smth like

http:username/password//www.thesite.com

please, help me

TXS
Itamar
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http://username:password@www.site.com
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I would not use it too much, because it can be written into server logfiles as "referer" when you'll follow a hyperlink to another server. In short: your username/password can be read by strangers.

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Thanks to you both
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