mass at akuma.org
Wed Oct 10 20:02:02 CDT 2001
The <hash/> <sequence/> and <token/> values are used for zero-knowledge
authentication, which I don't believe is an official standard. see
http://docs.jabber.org for info.
Dan Bray wrote:
>I'm writing my own special purpose Jabber client and am having trouble with
>the authentication. I am able to connect to Jabber.com with the following
>SEND:<iq type="get" id="JCOM_2"><query
>RECV:<iq type='result' id='JCOM_2'><query
>I respond with the hashed digest. However, when I attempt to connect to
>jabber.org I get a different response which includes a <sequence> and
><token>. Winjab (which can connect) returns a <hash> value. I can't find
>this in the docs and don't know what to use to generate the hash or what the
>difference is betweent he <has> and <digest> tags.
>All help is appreciated.
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