jiri at iptel.org
Tue Feb 10 02:18:36 CET 2004
At 02:11 AM 2/10/2004, kapil dhawan wrote:
>thats absolutely fine i know md5 is used....i can also compare coming password in requested with my md5 converted password but i am stuck with how and where to read pasword information coming in a request
The authentication module does it for you. It takes the MD5-hashed value
from request (example bellow) and compares it against expected value based
on credentials stored in subscriber table. The table may be located in mysql,
dbtext or whereever.
Authorization: DIGEST username="17479383213", realm="proxy01.foobar.com", algorithm=MD5, uri="sip:proxy01.foobar.com", nonce="4028321e2577ba09167c3c5702bc2105d560dbaa", response="6e71e5747df3198d24d00fb2a8733392"
>>From: Jiri Kuthan <jiri at iptel.org>
>>To: "kapil dhawan" <oswriter at hotmail.com>, serusers at lists.iptel.org
>>Subject: Re: [Serusers] Password
>>Date: Mon, 09 Feb 2004 08:27:26 +0100
>>At 05:04 AM 2/9/2004, kapil dhawan wrote:
>>>How can i retrieve password coming in 'REGISTER' Request.
>>There is fortunately no easy way to do it. SIP used MD5 digest
>>function which would be quite hard to reverse for you.
>>>problem is i don't want to do mysql authentication as i have less space...
>>use dbtext module.
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