user and pass on same record
steve at erayd.net
Wed Jan 29 01:51:39 CET 2020
BrowserPass does currently, but only because nobody has requested the naked
scenario. It seems like a sensible thing for us to add.
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On Wed, 29 Jan 2020, 11:03 Matt Connell, <matt at connell.tech> wrote:
> On 2020-01-28 15:45, Tobias Girstmair wrote:
> > many browser extensions and other 3rd party implementations have more or
> > less standardized on http-header-style fields, like to:
> > <your-password>
> > login: <your-username>
> > <something-else>: <another-value>
> > (instead of 'login', some also accept 'user' and/or 'email')
> For what its worth, browser extensions that I have used do not even
> require 'login: ' at the start of the second line. PassFF will accept
> just an email or username on the second line with no extra stuff necessary.
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