Mod_OpenPGP is an Apache module that serves as a companion for Firefox's extension "Enigform". Together, they enhance the HTTP protocol with OpenPGP Session Management (Initiation, Validation, Expiration, and Auto-Closing), Request Signing and Verification.
|Tags||Internet Web Security Cryptography|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release is of beta quality. A definitive Enigform guide was added. A Wordpress authentication plugin was added. Enigform was released for Firefox 0.8.2.8.
Release Notes: A new OpenPGP Discovery method that HTTP+OpenPGP aware clients (like Firefox+Enigform) can use to test if a host supports/announces mod_auth_openpgp was added.
Release Notes: New X-Auth-OpenPGP headers were added: Email, Name, Fingerprint, and Comment. This allows better granularity for access controls (i.e "only allow in the user whose email address is XX").
Release Notes: First stable release. Can be enabled on a per-virtual-host/server basis. Works along mod_access's Allow, Deny, and SetEnvIf.
Release Notes: The module now supports the POST method, including file uploads.