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student portal / web

Unfortunately not - the login seems to fail (even if an HTTP 200 comes back and the script doesn't notice anything), and the pages then give a 404.

If I look at the HTML of the login page, does that need anything to encrypt the password in JS with Typo3?

<formaction="HSR-intern-Anmeldung.4409.0.html?&amp;no_cache=1" target="_top" method="post" onsubmit="return TYPO3FrontendLoginFormRsaEncryption.submitForm(this, TYPO3FrontendLoginFormRsaEncryptionPublicKeyUrl);; return true;"><fieldset><legend>Login</legend><div><labelfor="user">Benutzername:</label><inputtype="text" id="user" name="user" value=""></div><div><labelfor="pass">Passwort:</label><inputtype="password" id="pass" name="pass" value=""></div><div><inputtype="submit" name="submit" value="Login"></div><divclass="felogin-hidden"><inputtype="hidden" name="logintype" value="login"><inputtype="hidden" name="pid" value="4394"><inputtype="hidden" name="redirect_url" value="HSR-intern-Anmeldung.4409.0.html?&amp;no_cache=1"><inputtype="hidden" name="tx_felogin_pi1[noredirect]" value="0"></div></fieldset>

I assume this is "new"? So somehow get the pubkey in Python and re-implement the crypto stuff in Python, or take what JS can do ... Neither is too fun.