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Django middleware to make the admin https only.

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Make the Django admin only available via https. For Django versions >= 1.7.

Installation

You can install django-ssl-admin using pip:

$ pip install django-ssl-admin

Usage

To enable django-ssl-admin you need to add it to MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES:

MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES = (
    ...
    'ssladmin.middleware.SSLAdmin',
    ....
)

If your admin path is not /admin/ you can change the ADMIN_PATH setting like so:

ADMIN_PATH = '^/staff/'

If you have a reverse proxy set up remember to let Django know how it can detect a secure connection, e.g.:

SECURE_PROXY_SSL_HEADER = ('HTTP_X_SCHEME', 'https')

License

Copyright © 2015 Matt Deacalion Stevens, released under The MIT License.

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