I have a webpage which refreshes every 5 minutes with client details. I have added a username password to it through the basic and standard htaccess and a htpassword file type login system it since part of the file contains company data.
But I need this same webpage to be opened at my work PC which is a secured PC connected to a display screen to display same.
On a power cut or a internet disconnection the PC has a startup file with a shortcut to this webpage so it appears automatically BUT stops from the 401 Authorization login form. So no go until I fill the details.
No need to worry about the safety of the file - the PC is locked in a cabinet with only a small set of holes for ventilation and for the display cable coming out to the monitor and another small hole to reach the power button.
If you know to do this on android let me know as well.
Found the answer!! See my post below!
UPDATE: This answer may no longer work in newer browsers.
Because phishing people use @ and : marks in URL to hide URLs. For example in a URL like www.facebook.com:[email protected] user will oversee @notfacebook.com part and enter login details to a phishing webpage without noticing the latter. So now either this method will not simply work or either you will see a warning saying this URL maybe a phishing site. So even if it's a private webpage where only you have access to it browser will try its protective mechanisms.
Found the answer!
Can pass it from the URL itself!
and the content of the url gets hidden after as well Also global compatible as I know!
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