Re: URL with @ in passwords
Date: Thu, 29 Jul 2004 18:31:10 +0200
Gisle Vanem wrote:
> "Daniel Stenberg" <daniel-curl_at_haxx.se> wrote:
>>>Could a url like this be legalised?
>>>>curl -v ftp://ftp:passwd-with-@-firstname.lastname@example.org/
>>It could possibly be dealt with, if we made the parser scan for the _last_
>>@-letter to terminate the password instead of having the _first_ @-letter
>>found do it.
> You mean the last '@' before the file part? So an URL
> would work.
And how would you want to identify the file part ?
Don't forget something like
I think you have opened a can of worms...
It seems the only way to handle this is
to remove user ID and pass phrase from the URI.
With user ID and pass phrase given seperately:
curl -v -u user:passwd-with-_at_./-in-it fttp://host.fo/file-with-_at_-in-it
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