[isf-wifidog] connection refused for all requests from client

Benoit Grégoire bock at step.polymtl.ca
Mer 11 Juil 10:17:12 EDT 2007

>   >Note that turning SSL support off means all your user's usename and
>   > passwords will be sent IN THE CLEAR and OVER WIFI.
> Right. I;ll turn it back on, though I think the only thing that's at
> risk is access to the wifi - which is free to anyone logging in and
> signing up an account anyway. Not to mention users themselves going and
> using the wifi in the clear (wifidog have plans to setup an https
> proxy for everything for users? :)

That's not a wifidog issue.  Wifidog is a captive portal, not a proxy.

>   >Since most people just reuse the same usernames and passwords over and
>   > over, saying that this is bad except for development is somewhat of an
>   > understatement!  So, the default is unlikely to change.
> Ah, I see. That's a good reason. Ill setup SSL. You should note this
> reason for setting up SSL in the wiki as it's a good reason, and
> suggest an easy way to get SSL in apache2 going for the default site.

That tends to vary hugely by distribution.  But as always, wiki contributions 
are welcome. 

>   >However, if you were confused by the default, by all means clarify the
>   >documentation on the wiki so others can benefit.  It can be edited by
>   > anyone.
> Right - is there a way to signup to the wiki so I dont have to edit
> them as anonymous? I made a couple changes to the Debian auth server
> install pages the other day, hope they were helpful!

Just click on "Settings"

Benoit Grégoire
Technologies Coeus inc.
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