Kerberos is a network authentication protocol designed to allow nodes, communicating over a non-secure network, to prove their identity to one another in a secure manner.

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Can I pass a cryptographic hash of a user's password to Kerberos while creating principals?

I am running MIT Kerberos V and I would like to automate the creation of principals. The page here explains how to do this by providing principal names and passwords on the command line like so: awk ...
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krb5 and pam_mount

I successfully installed and configured krb5 on a Red Hat 6.4 server, now I can authenticate against an active directory with kerberos. pam_mount is installed and configured, but it only mounts a ...
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Distinct databases with the same Kerberos Authentication server

Should two deployed applications within a private network requiring distinct databases (for storing their own users credentials) require distinct Authentication servers (implementing Kerberos)? Or is ...
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Get Service_key in the course of kerberos authentication

Built environment 1) Exchange server: The operator system of Exchange server is Windows Server2008R2, We configured it as Active Directory (primary domain controller) used for client authentication ...
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How to get Service_key and the corresponding function call interface from the Samba source TGS_REP part

1, My existing configuration environment are as follows: (1), Server_side, Redhat5.5 Enterprise with samba4.0.0 installed, Ip Address: 5.5.5.149; domain name: EXAMPLE.COM; (2), Client_side: windows ...
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Authentication for an enterprise application via a reverse proxy in the cloud

I am trying to understand conventional deployments for users accessing HTTP enterprise app from the internet detail: Let's say we have a HTTP reverse proxy in the cloud (amazon) and an enterprise ...