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2.12.5. Restricting access to files and directories using login and password

Important points:

  • Access restriction directives must be placed in the file .htaccesslocated in the protected directory.
  • If using .htaccess access for static files will be configured and HTML-pages, remove their extensions from list of static files.
require valid-user
Authname "Basic Auth"
Authtype Basic
AuthUserFile "/home/name_account/.htpasswd"

The .htpasswd password file is a simple text file with the following structure:

user1:password
user2:password

Where userX - username, password - his encrypted password.

It is recommended to place this file in a directory inaccessible through a browser (outside the site directory).

You can generate passwords here... You can encrypt the generated passwords here.

require valid-user 
Authname "Protected" 
Authtype Basic 
AuthUserFile "/home/name_account/.htpasswd"
<Files page.php>
allow from all 
satisfy any
</Files>

Where page.php - a file to which access should be made in a closed directory.

require valid-user 
Authname "Protected" 
Authtype Basic 
AuthUserFile "/home/yourlogin/.htpasswd"
<Files *.cfg>
allow from all 
satisfy any
</Files>

Where .cfg - extension of files to which access will be made available in the closed directory.

require valid-user 
Authname "Protected" 
Authtype Basic 
AuthUserFile "/home/yourlogin/.htpasswd"
<FilesMatch ".(gif|bmp|tiff|swf|flv)$">
allow from all 
satisfy any
</FilesMatch>

Where gif, bmp, tiff, swf, flv - file extensions that will be open to access in the closed directory.