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# Following directives must be included in server blocks
# or location blocks in order to run LL::NG access control

# Vars used by LL::NG handler
set $lmremote_user "";
set $lmlocation "";

# Apply status code computed by LL::NG handler
if ($lmstatus = 302) { return 302 $lmlocation; }
if ($lmstatus = 401) { return 401; }
if ($lmstatus = 403) { return 403; }
if ($lmstatus = 500) { return 500; }
if ($lmstatus = 503) { return 503; }

# Security: prevent clients from sending custom headers
# that could interfere with headers added by LL::NG handler
# For example, if LL::NG handler adds a request header "Auth-User",
# request header "Auth-User" sent by a malicious client would be
# overwritten by LL::NG handler, but "Auth_User" and "auth-user" would not,
# and Nginx does not permit case-sensitive header comparison.
# If $lmparanoid is set to 1, any suspicious request header would result in a 403 error;
# if set to 0, a warning will be sent in error logs;
# default value is 0.
#set $lmparanoid 1;