express-ntlm - An express middleware to have basic NTLM-authentication in node.js.

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An express middleware to have basic NTLM-authentication in node.js. Upgrading from 1.0: The fields for username, domain and workstation have different names now: UserName, DomainName, Workstation.

https://github.com/einfallstoll/express-ntlm

Dependencies:

async : ^0.9.0
underscore : ^1.7.0

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