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Tanne

tanne is a small, secure session-management solution for HTTP. It replaces common sessions with a system consisting of PIN and TANs, well known from online banking. It's main purpose is to enable programmers of Web applications to have real secure sessions without cookies or session-ids.

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  •  24 Jun 2003 16:07

    Release Notes: A compile problem with gcc 3 in the Makefile was fixed.

    •  08 Jan 2003 12:21

      Release Notes: A remote format string vulnerability was fixed.

      •  10 Sep 2001 22:41

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        Recent comments

        24 Jun 2003 09:33 temp1542

        reinventing the wheel
        Perhaps I misunderstood the core idea of the project, but hasn't embedding-app-session-ID-into-URL been known and widely used for years ? Moreover, using a set of related temporary IDs with exactly one active severly depricates usability of the system, because the user cannot use multi-windows browsing in the scope of a single session.

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