CrossAuth: Authenticate users in multiple domains at once

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This class can be used to authenticate users in multiple domains at once.

It generates HTML with Javascript tags for one domain that also submits the same user name and password to the authentication page of another domain when the user is successfully authenticated in the main domain.

The class does not perform the actual verification of the submitted user name and password. It just provides means to specify an external callback function that can be customized to perform that verification.

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Authentication is a basic step necessary to identify users that want to access restricted resources.

Sometimes, users need to access resources in multiple sites on which they have accounts with the same user name and password.

This class provides a solution that lets an user authenticate on multiple sites entering the user name and password only once.

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example (3 files)
CrossAuth.php Class CrossAuth class

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   auth_check.php Example usage example
   auth_form.php Example usage example
   README.txt Doc. README for the usage example

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