Problems with authorisation to ejabberd servers

Evan Schoenberg evands at pidgin.im
Wed Feb 27 03:51:40 EST 2008


On Feb 27, 2008, at 1:25 AM, Etan Reisner wrote:

> The Openfire/java-sasl-digest problem cause the connection to  
> terminate as
> I recall, it didn't cause an authentication failure. So I don't  
> think that
> is it.

Oh, I'm sorry, you're right - I'm confusing this with a different  
DIGEST-MD5 problem I experienced, in which a cyrus-sasl compilation  
problem caused an invalid DIGEST string to be generated.  That's not  
what's happening here at all.

The base 64 string being sent:
dXNlcm5hbWU9InNoYWRvd2ZpcmViaXJkIixyZWFsbT0idHVmZi5vcmcudWsiLG5vbmNlPSJzcERTRmZWN2cvWTR2WkNHZXA5WVJqRzhFZGdlUkhoUXFORmxlR1IxIixjbm9uY2U9IllPdGJ4SEM3d01qenROa3IzMW5QeDJTbmRIVUU5Y3Z2NXhyeDFzMS9jcW89IixuYz0wMDAwMDAwMSxxb3A9YXV0aCxkaWdlc3QtdXJpPSJ4bXBwL2JpZ2dlZWsudHVmZi5vcmcudWsiLHJlc3BvbnNlPWNiOTJlNmQ4MDQ4MjNhYjE4ZDBhNzE5ZWM2N2U1MmY5
decodes to:
username="shadowfirebird",realm="tuff.org.uk",nonce="spDSFfV7g/ 
Y4vZCGep9YRjG8EdgeRHhQqNFleGR1 
",cnonce="YOtbxHC7wMjztNkr31nPx2SndHUE9cvv5xrx1s1/ 
cqo=",nc=00000001,qop=auth,digest-uri="xmpp/ 
biggeek.tuff.org.uk",response=cb92e6d804823ab18d0a719ec67e52f9

So tuff.org.uk is indeed the realm being used.

-Evan
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