HTTP authentication

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    HTTP authentication

    Hello everyone,


    I am writing an Http client. Any samples for dealing with Http authentication? e.g. https, certificate?


    thanks in advance,
    George

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    i'll google your mom icedane
    *googles*
    too many pictures of bestiality came up - it wasn't much helpful


    george2:
    since you're obviously too lazy to do your own research as icedane so kindly points out; here's a starting point. (i used google, got this in about 10 seconds. )

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...sslstream.aspx

    good luck
    Last edited by gltiich; 07-21-2008 at 11:32 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gltiich View Post
    i'll google your mom icedane
    *googles*
    too many pictures of bestiality came up - it wasn't much helpful


    george2:
    since you're obviously incapable of doing your own research as icedane so kindly points out; here's a starting point.

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...sslstream.aspx

    good luck
    Please scroll down the C# forums and see how many posts this fella has made without doing the tiniest bit of research. You'll understand my google it remark.
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    aww i guess the 'your mom joke' was made in vein.

    edit: his questions seem pretty reasonable, maybe you don't know about the C and C++ sections of this board. you should stay away, people ask the same questions every week, the mods must have incredible patience.
    Last edited by gltiich; 07-21-2008 at 11:37 AM.

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    Hi IceDane,


    Quote Originally Posted by IceDane View Post
    I can not open the URL.


    Thanks gltiich,


    It seems to be a pure TCP based SSL class? Not Http based?

    Quote Originally Posted by gltiich View Post
    i'll google your mom icedane
    *googles*
    too many pictures of bestiality came up - it wasn't much helpful


    george2:
    since you're obviously too lazy to do your own research as icedane so kindly points out; here's a starting point. (i used google, got this in about 10 seconds. )

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...sslstream.aspx

    good luck

    regards,
    George

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    Quote Originally Posted by gltiich View Post
    aww i guess the 'your mom joke' was made in vein.

    edit: his questions seem pretty reasonable, maybe you don't know about the C and C++ sections of this board. you should stay away, people ask the same questions every week, the mods must have incredible patience.
    Keeping the possibility of you being mentally inferior to normal human beings in mind, I'll explain this simply:

    There's a difference between a lot of people asking the same questions, and one guy asking a lot of stupid questions that just pop up into his head. Asking every time you think of something you don't know is pretty ........ing stupid in my book, I mean, where the hell does he think we get the answers? In our little black book of programming-related answers?

    Google, ffs. Google.
    Last edited by IceDane; 07-29-2008 at 12:58 PM.
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