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Re: NTLM proxy support needed

2005/6/24, Roger Dingledine <arma@xxxxxxx>:
> On Thu, Jun 23, 2005 at 07:23:04PM +0800, Arthur Zhang wrote:
> > Please add a function of NTLM authorization (domain authorization)
> > proxy support, because in my lan environment the fascist proxy maybe
> > MS proxy which needs not only the username/password but also domain.
> > I've tried to use "domain\username" as username but it doesn't work.
> > Fortunately, I found a software named "NTLM Authorization Proxy
> > Server" which is a proxy-like software, that will authorize client at
> > MS proxy server and at web servers (ISS especially) using MS
> > proprietary NTLM authorization method (it can change some values in
> > client's request header so that those requests will look like ones
> > made by MS IE). Thus the NTML proxy looks like a basic or non
> > authorization proxy. It is written in Python language so it's a open
> > source software (http://ntlmaps.sourceforge.net).
> > So, would TOR developers please consider adding this function with
> > referrence of the source code metioned before?
> It looks like the best answer is for you to run this ntlmaps thing
> locally as an http and https proxy to convert the basic auth that Tor
> expects to your local proprietary format.
> With luck, Tor doesn't need to do anything different at all.
> --Roger

Yes, that's the way I've used, nesting TOR with NTLMAPS, quite ok.
Do you have plan let TOR support NTLM parent proxy?