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Fix proxy connection reuse with basic-auth
When using basic-auth, connections and proxy connections can be re-used with different Authorization headers since it does not authenticate the connection (like NTLM does). For instance, the below command should re-use the proxy connection, but it currently doesn't: curl -v -U alice:a -x http://localhost:8181 http://localhost/ --next -U bob:b -x http://localhost:8181 http://localhost/ This is a regression since refactoring of ConnectionExists() as part of: cb4e2be Fix the above by removing the username and password compare when re-using proxy connection at proxy_info_matches(). However, this fix brings back another bug would make curl to re-print the old proxy-authorization header of previous proxy basic-auth connection because it wasn't cleared. For instance, in the below command the second request should fail if the proxy requires authentication, but would succeed after the above fix (and before aforementioned commit): curl -v -U alice:a -x http://localhost:8181 http://localhost/ --next -x http://localhost:8181 http://localhost/ Fix this by clearing conn->allocptr.proxyuserpwd after use unconditionally, same as we do for conn->allocptr.userpwd. Also fix test 540 to not expect digest auth header to be resent when connection is reused. Signed-off-by: Isaac Boukris <email@example.com>
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