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Re: ntlm authentication

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Neuberger, Sheldon N. wrote:
Is there any way to make urllib2 handle NTLM authentication?
Frankly, I'd hate to try. Have a look at this:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/ntlmaps/

in case it helps, either by providing a solution or
at least by illustrating some code.

In addition, look at the sspi package in the latest
pywin32 releases. There some sample code in
the demos area there, too. Haven't used it myself
(and I know it's messy) but I'm sure someone must
have.

TJG
Jul 21 '08 #1
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On 2008-07-21, Tim Golden <ma**@timgolden.me.ukwrote:
Neuberger, Sheldon N. wrote:
>Is there any way to make urllib2 handle NTLM authentication?

Frankly, I'd hate to try. Have a look at this:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/ntlmaps/
Here's a library that can be used to handle the NTLM
authentication stuff:

http://josefsson.org/libntlm/

There's no reason you couldn't translate it into Python (or
just call it).

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