Password Authentication

Discussion in 'Toshiba Thrive' started by Hadrian1x, Aug 11, 2011.

  1. Hadrian1x

    Hadrian1x Member

    Jul 29, 2011
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    Aldinga Beach South Australia
    Tablet / Device:
    Toshhiba Thrive
    I posted this on Toshiba Tablets originally but thought I should put it into the Thrive arena.
    I can't log on to my work site's HTTP server because there is no native password authentication protocol built in to the Thrive that I could find.
    I downloaded and installed ASproxy which has all of the required features re password authentication but the Toshiba won't let it have root access to manipulate iptables. Why hasn't Toshiba built in the required software to allow this basic function? Given the sort of use the Thrive will probably get professionally this seems a real weakness.
    It looks like I am going to have to root the machine but I have misgivings about this because of warranty complications. Any thoughts?

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