It's a least a start. It doesn't provide protection of data over the wire (e.g.
no encryption unless you use MD5, which most browsers can't support), but it
will lockout remote users from accessing whatever sub-directory structure you
Shakila Shayan wrote:
> Hello there
> We want to secure our intranet which consists some Web server connecting to
> some clients and... in such a way that specially our web pages be secure and
> can have some access control on them,i.e via remote access or direct access
> we could be able to define levels of access for the user to the databases.
> I have seen web sites and servers and web pages that are not accessible to
> every body and may have some defined authentication for specific users,ask
> for some passwords or some registration or something like that.
> My question is that how can we implement such secure web pages,and what is
> the beginning point to do this..