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package Apache::TimeOut; #file Apache/ # # Author: J. J. Horner # Version: 0.21 (06/14/2000) # Usage: see documentation # Description: # Small mod_perl handler to provide Athentication phase time ou +ts for # sensitive areas, per realm. Still has a few issues, but noth +ing too # serious. use strict; use warnings; use Carp; use Apache::Constants qw(:common); our $VERSION = '0.01'; sub handler { my $current_time = time(); my $r = shift; my $DEBUG = $r->dir_config('TIMEOUT_DEBUG') || carp "DEBUG val +ue not set: $!"; # pulls debug flag from config file carp "current time = $current_time" if $DEBUG; my ($res, $sent_pw) = $r->get_basic_auth_pw; carp "Response set - $res: $!" if $DEBUG; return $res if $res != OK; # return not OK status if not OK my $time_to_die; if ($r->dir_config('TimeLimit') && ($r->dir_config('TimeLimit') < +$r->dir_config('DefaultLimit'))) { $time_to_die = $r->dir_config('TimeLimit'); } else { $time_to_die = $r->dir_config('DefaultLimit'); } carp "time limit set to $time_to_die" if $DEBUG; return DECLINED if ($r->dir_config('MODE')); #do nothing if P +erlSetVar TimeLimit not set. my $user = $r->connection->user; my $realm = $r->auth_name(); $realm =~ s/\s+/_/g; my $host = $r->get_remote_host(); my $time_file = "/usr/local/apache/conf/times/$realm-$host.$us +er"; carp "Time file set to $time_file" if $DEBUG; if (-e $time_file) { # if timestamp file exists, check time +difference my $last_time = (stat($time_file))[9] || carp "Unable +to get last modtime from file: $!"; carp "Last time = $last_time" if $DEBUG; if ($time_to_die >= ($current_time - $last_time)) { open (TIME, ">$time_file"); close TIME; return OK; } else { # if time delta greater than TimeLimit $r->note_basic_auth_failure; unlink($time_file) or carp "Can't unlink file: + $!"; return AUTH_REQUIRED; } } else { # previous time delta greater than TimeLimit so file + was unlinked open (TIME, ">$time_file"); close TIME; return OK; } } 1; __END__ =head1 NAME Apache::TimeOut - mod_perl handler to provide time outs on .htaccess p +rotected pages. =head1 SYNOPSIS In httpd.conf file: PerlAuthenHandler Apache::TimeOut PerlSetVar DefaultLimit \<timeout in seconds\> Optional httpd.conf file entry: PerlSetVar TIMEOUT_DEBUG 1 Turns debugging on to print messages to server error_log Optional .htaccess entries: PerlSetVar TimeLimit \<timeout\> or PerlSetVar MODE off #to turn off timeouts =head1 DESCRIPTION Simple mod_perl handler for the AUTHENTICATION phase to set a limit +on user inactivity. Will provide timeouts to any file under the protection of an .htacce +ss file, unless the 'MODE' option set to anything other than 0 in the .htaccess file. T +he 'DefaultLimit' is set via the httpd.conf file, and unless the user specified 'TimeLimi +t' is set and less than the 'DefaultLimit', determines the length of time a user can be + inactive. This handler can be set anywhere an AUTHENTICATION handler can be specifi +ed. =head2 EXPORT None by default. =head1 AUTHOR J. J. Horner =head1 SEE ALSO perl(1). =cut

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