'tanne' is a small, secure session-management solution for HTTP. It replaces common sessions with a system consisting of PIN and TANs, well known from online banking. It's main purpose is to enable programmers of Web applications to have real secure sessions without cookies or session-ids.
released on 24 June 2003
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