> When a user leaves a realm(.htaccess) from which they have logged into is
> there any kind of notification back to the server?


> I would like keep a log of such activities and do not want to do any
> type of jizz jazz(cookies etc).

You either do sessions or you don't keep a log of such activities.  Take
your pick.

> I would think that there would need to be some kind of notification back
> the server,  as when I leave and come back (close browser) I get a new
> dialog popped up...How does Apache know that I have to re-authenticate and
> can I access this knowledge via php?.

The browser sends your (previous) username/password on each page hit to the
same server.

When the browser quits, it loses its memory of your username/password.

That's all there is to it.

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