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#!/usr/bin/perl -wT use strict; use CGI; use Apache::Htpasswd; my $q = new CGI; my $ht = new Apache::Htpasswd("/home/cjf/httpd/.htaccess"); my $username = $q->param("username"); my $passwd = $q->param("password"); my $action = $q->param("action"); my $user = $q->param("user"); my $new_passwd = $q->param("new_passwd"); my $old_passwd = $q->param("old_passwd"); if ($new_passwd eq '') { error("You didn't enter a password"); exit; } my $valid_user = "cjf"; my $valid_passwd = "J10A1P16H8"; if (($username eq $valid_user) && ($passwd eq $valid_passwd)) { if ($action eq "add") { $ht->htpasswd($user, $new_passwd); } elsif ($action eq "change_passwd") { $ht->htpasswd($user, $new_passwd, $old_passwd); } elsif ($action eq "delete_user") { $ht->htDelete($user); } else { error("No action was submitted."); } } else { error("Login Incorrect."); } sub error { my $error = shift; print $q->header("text/html"), $q->start_html("Error"), $q->h1("Error"), $q->p("$error"), $q->end_html; }

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