OpenSSH SecurID patch

Description

OpenSSH SecurID is a patch that integrates SecurID authentication services directly into the OpenSSH daemon. It allows users to use SecurID tokens directly as their passwords instead of relying on the clunky sdshell. This is how it works: 0) apply patch ;-) You must use GNU patch (get it from ftp.gnu.org, it free.) 1) copy ACE headers (in SecurID inc directory) into either a standard include place (like /usr/local/include) or into the openssh source tree or add the --with-cflags=-I/path/to/ace/inc (where the include files are located) 2) copy the libaceclnt.a (for ACE 5.X) or sdiclient.a (for ACE <= 4.X) for your OS (from /path/to/ace/lib/ ) into the openssh source tree. Make sure that /var/ace contains your sdconf.rec, etc. If you installed SecurID client or server on a machine it should be this way already. If you used a non-standard install location do a "ln -s /path/to/ace/data /var/ace" 3) add --with-securid to the configure flags for new ACE 5.X support. Use --with-securid-old for ACE API version 4.X and older. It will trigger if a user has a shell in /etc/passwd that ends with "sdshell" and it snags your shell the same way sdshell does. Users with other shells will log in as if SecurID didnt exist. Whats New in This Release: &middot; Updated to support openssh v4.3p2.

Securid - Openssh - Openssh Securid - Ace - Authentication Services - Patch - Directly - Services - Authentication - Integrates - Networking - System

Published By:Theo Schlossnagle

License Type:Freeware

Date Added:25 October, 2010

Version:1.3.2

Price:Free

Downloads:83

Size:48.1 KB

Platform: Linux

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