Kerberos

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Technology

 

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Alice S

 

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January 3, 2013

 

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Examples cited in this workshop are in Kerberos 4 format, which is the version in use on most networks. Kerberos is an attractive technology, but it's not a network security solution. We were disappointed to learn that Kerberos wasn't going to solve our problems of networkwide user management. Kerberos doesn't replace even aged technology such as Sun Microsystems' Network Information Service (NIS), since it doesn't supply the necessary account information found in Unix's /etc/passwd file or the ability to manage user rights or control access to network resources...
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Examples cited in this workshop are in Kerberos 4 format, which is the version in use on most networks. Kerberos is an attractive technology, but it's not a network security solution. We were disappointed to learn that Kerberos wasn't going to solve our problems of networkwide user management. Kerberos doesn't replace even aged technology such as Sun Microsystems' Network Information Service (NIS), since it doesn't supply the necessary account information found in Unix's /etc/passwd file or the ability to manage user rights or control access to network resources...
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