DELPHI Information Protection
The DELPHI World-Wide Web servers contain public and restricted information.
Public information may be accessed by anybody in the world (e.g. people not
within DELPHI). Restricted information can only be accessed by people from
Two security schemes are installed:
The userid and password are announced in the Collaboration Board at a
When a file is accessed, both schemes are checked. If your machine is in
- So-called DELPHI secure machines (online and offline at CERN),
used by Delphi members only, have access without the need of a
www-username and password.
- Users on General CERN computer nodes, or outside locations, must identify
themselves as being a Delphi member by entering the Delphi www-userid and
| category 1: || no further questions are asked |
| category 2: || you are asked for a username and password |
Within a Web session, the user will be asked for the username/password
at the first file which is secured and then remains valid for the rest of the
browser session, unless further accessed files are located within a different
If a user does not know the www-userid and password for the protected
information, the software contact person should be asked,
or a mail sent to
email@example.com to get it.
Comments and questions send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Created by Hansjoerg Klein and Jiri Chudoba.
Last modification: March 24, 2000