The Lightweight Directory Access Protocol is an application protocol for reading and editing directories that follow the Directory Information Model over an IP network using unsecured TCP/IP, TLS or SSL. LDAP is a binary protocol described in terms of ASN.1 and transmitted using ASN.1 Basic Encoding ...

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Password security when connecting to ldap with rails application

How do you store a username/password securely in a rails app when using it for many ldap searches? The connection in the app requires ldap_bind_authenticate(Net::LDAP.new, username, password) ...
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Open ldap start tls succesful even after CA is removed

I have one question related to how openldap and openssl handles the CA and server certificates. I have openldap client using openssl. My intention is to establish a ldaps connection to the ldap ...
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How to add user entries with password field in LDAP over HTTPS

I am new to this kind of stuff (HTTPS etc.) and pretty much confused on how to go ahead with this. An LDAP server (ApacheDS) at the back-end stores the user details. To add new users, the user ...
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LDAP Authentication and Sessions

Given a Web Application with Form-based login and a central directory: using LDAP (fast) bind in an application with the actual user has a number of advantages. It especially means the directory ...
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Does openldap stores the ssl context in global variable after the first start_tls?

Does openldap stores the ssl conext which is passed to SSL_connect ?