Mozilla 1.4b supports NTLM

May 12th, 2003 Comments Off on Mozilla 1.4b supports NTLM

Mozilla 1.4b was released a few days ago, but I didn’t notice until the weekend. As this release is still beta, I didn’t downloaded it, but reading the release notes I found an interesting bit of news: Mozilla now supports NTLM authentication.

This is very good news since NTLM is a Microsoft protocol that no browser other than Internet Explorer supported until now. NTLM support in Mozilla means people using it will be able to connect to proxies and servers based on Microsoft products. Cool news, indeed.

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