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Do public keys make Kerberos more secure (RFC4556)?
We're using IPA to centralize our authentication and I found an option to add a public key for each user. After doing a little research I found this to be an extension to Kerberos 5, RFC4556. From my ...
Oct 9 '12 at 17:16
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