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Old 11-04-2005, 04:01 PM   #1
Registered: Sep 2005
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Talking Apache Https & Proxy


I was wondering how i could get apache to act as a proxy server over https, and require user authentification to do so.

I have apache installed, and it works great as a proxy, but i have not yet figured out how to require a password for the proxy (as of now, it only listens on localhost, of course) and have it run over https (this way the traffic to the proxy is secure and can't be monitored).

I am using apache2. the mod_ssl isn't there and there is no place where i could put the certificate.


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