/pidgin/main: b3fc32a626df: oscar: Fix the file comment which st...
kakaroto at kakaroto.homelinux.net
Thu Jun 16 16:23:51 EDT 2016
Author: Youness Alaoui <kakaroto at kakaroto.homelinux.net>
Date: 2016-06-15 10:57 -0400
oscar: Fix the file comment which still had references to the clientLogin auth
libpurple/protocols/oscar/kerberos.c | 18 ++++++++----------
1 files changed, 8 insertions(+), 10 deletions(-)
diffs (29 lines):
diff --git a/libpurple/protocols/oscar/kerberos.c b/libpurple/protocols/oscar/kerberos.c
@@ -23,17 +23,15 @@
* users. This replaces the older MD5-based and XOR-based
* authentication methods that use SNAC family 0x0017.
- * This doesn't use SNACs or FLAPs at all. It makes http and https
- * POSTs to AOL to validate the user based on the password they
- * provided to us. Upon successful authentication we request a
- * connection to the BOS server by calling startOSCARsession. The
- * AOL server gives us the hostname and port number to use, as well
- * as the cookie to use to authenticate to the BOS server. And then
- * everything else is the same as with BUCP.
+ * This doesn't use SNACs or FLAPs at all. It makes https
+ * POSTs to AOL KDC server to validate the user based on the password they
+ * provided to us. Upon successful authentication we receive two tokens
+ * in the response. One is assumed to be the kerberos ticket for authentication
+ * on the various AOL websites, while the other contains BOSS information, such
+ * as the hostname and port number to use, the TLS certificate name as well as
+ * the cookie to use to authenticate to the BOS server.
+ * And then everything else is the same as with BUCP.
- * For details, see:
- * http://dev.aol.com/aim/oscar/#AUTH
- * http://dev.aol.com/authentication_for_clients
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