ntlm_auth squid_2_5_basic password problem
Benjamin.Riefenstahl at epost.de
Tue Dec 23 11:13:11 GMT 2003
"Christopher R. Hertel" <crh at ubiqx.mn.org> writes:
> There was a time, back in the early days of HTTP, when spaces were
> replaced with plus signs in URI strings.
This doesn't apply to URIs in general, only in the special case of
HTTP GET parameters like http://host/my.cgi?param=some+value. This is
supposed to make things easier for users, not intended for software.
In URIs in general, spaces must be escaped as "%20".
In practice, there is some software around that replaces "+" with " "
in URIs, so it's sometimes necessary to avoid "+" altogether.
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