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    Hi,

    A lot of password-protected websites do not use SSL, so passwords go over the internet unencrypted. Of course, SSL is the best solution to this, but JavaScript cryptography provides some protection. There are a couple of approaches that can be used:

    JavaScript Hashing (this one is by me)
    http://pajhome.org.uk/crypt/md5/

    Secure Remote Password
    http://srp.stanford.edu/

    Has any consideration been given to adding support for this to Spring Security? I think it would be a good feature. I am coding an add-on to a Python authentication framework, repoze.who to provide this. I'm not a Java man, so I can't offer to code this, but I can offer advice and guidance.

    Best wishes,

    Paul
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