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Basic HTTP authentication is when you supply a username and password in the URL, such as
. This request sends the credentials in the standard HTTP
Browser support for basic authentication is limited.
|Browser||HTTP Authentication Support|
|Firefox||Supported, but Firefox will display a prompt asking you to confirm.|
|Safari||Unsupported. See the Support KB article Setting Basic Authentication in Safari with a Pre-Run Executable for an example of how you can use a pre-run executable to handle this situation.|
Because browser support for basic HTTP authentication is limited, we recommend either Injecting Cookies to Bypass Authentication Dialogs or Running an AutoIt Script as a Pre-run Executable to Handle Windows Security Authentication Dialogs as better solutions for handling authentication.