Multi-Protocol Remote Login 0.3.0

Multi-Protocol Remote Login provides a middleware allowing SSH, telnet, and local logins from the login: prompt.
Multi-Protocol Remote Login provides a middleware allowing SSH, telnet, and local logins from the login: prompt.

MPRL is a middleware application between a *getty program and SSH, telnet, and other such remote-login protocols. It allows a user at a Linux terminal to log into other systems without needing a valid local user-id. It currently supports telnet, ssh, and /bin/login.

It syntax follows the [protocol:]user[@host][:port] fashion.

These are valid 'logins':

buanzo - Normal local login: /bin/login gets called.
buanzo@linux.org.ar - SSH protocol by default: /usr/bin/ssh gets called
ssh:buanzo@webserver.algo.net

Requirements:

Portable OpenSSH (recommended)

What's New in This Release:

IT DOES FINALLY WORK
Multiple bugs fixed. No vulnerability yet, anyway. All of them related to strncpy, missing memset's and such. File: buennoc.[ch]
Implemented an error-detecting and reporting malloc* routine, called buennoc. (yeah, funny, isn't it?). It does also set the memory to zero. By the way, the name of the function was an idea of my friend, Alan Schmidt.
Added some error codes to parse_mprl_conf(). It's because a prototype was modified to add a referenced variable which contains an error code. Defined in parser.h

last updated on:
February 28th, 2007, 23:05 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Arturo Busleiman
homepage:
www.buanzo.com.ar
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ System \ Networking

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