|HTPASSWD(1)||General Commands Manual||HTPASSWD(1)|
htpasswd — create
and update user authentication files
htpasswd is used to create and update user
authentication files for HTTP daemons.
The options are as follows:
htpasswdreads exactly one line from standard input and splits it at the first ":". The first part is the login, the second part is the password which
htpasswdthen hashes using bcrypt(3).
htpasswd prompts for a password and
generates a hash using bcrypt(3). A line
suitable for a password file is written to the standard output. If invoked
with two arguments (or one argument if the
is used) user authentication file is updated.
This reimplemented version of
been available since OpenBSD 5.6.
htpasswd from scratch after Apache httpd
was removed from OpenBSD base.
|July 7, 2017||OpenBSD-current|