HTTP-auth based user switching in PHP(repost)

We have a website protected via HTTP basic auth (the one where the browser itself prompts from user/pass). Because the browser stores the user/pass in memory and sends it in every request, there's no easy way to logoff. We need a small PHP script, that when called forces the browser to request user/pass again (note: just sending HTTP/401 doesn't seem to work well). Your deliverable will be a PHP script that when loaded in a browser will display User: currently_logged_user [Logoff] The logoff button will make the browser ask again for user/pass. Now, because your code is going to be integrated in a larger site (with iframes, some javascript, etc), you have to try it in complex scenarios (not just a simple html as describe above). For example, integrate it in any jquery example you want. If it helps, your logoff button can redirect to a new page to prompt for user/pass, then go back to the original one... or any other creative solution you want. The final goal is to have a PHP function called browser_logoff() that we can call from any PHP script and that causes the page to reload with a different user/pass.

Kemahiran: PHP

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( 150 ulasan ) Madrid, Spain

ID Projek: #2726276