In IE6, when I click on the protected link, I get a standard "enter network password" dialog box, with a realm of "AuthentiX", also with an option to save this password in your password list. After entering the correct info, I get the normal open, save to disk dialog.
Other `web spider` programs have successfully downloaded these files, however they lacked OE`s extensive include / exclude ability.
Can you please tell me any link like that to test? I need no username/password.
I didn`t post a link at first because it`s an adult website, also they `state` that you are not allowed to use mass downloading software. It seems that this is only a transfer limit over a certain period of time, and should be easy to stay below.
Here is a direct link to a password authentication screen.
Yes, it asked for a password, I gave it the log/pass, and it contiuned on, but after the last get it has status: 401 Unauthorized. I assume that every get command is returning this status, but I am unable to see, as the next command is executed.
As I said before, I tried the two other relevant options in the password setup screen too, with the same results. The username / password is correct, as it works fine in IE.
They used to have a test username / password to verify whether ones browser was setup properly for the authenication used, however I`ve looked for it and can`t find it.
Is there anything else you can do without a real login info? Can you tell how the authentication works just by the dialog box, and or the source of the web page?
> Dear Ryan,
> Can you please tell me any link like that to test? I need no username/password.
> Thank you.
> Best regards,
> Oleg Chernavin
> MetaProducts corp.
Change user and password with your own ones.