PAM S/Key module 1.1.5

PAM S/Key is a module based on the original S/Key suite from Wietse Venema's logdaemon.

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Dinko Korunic
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PAM S/Key is a module based on the original S/Key suite from Wietse Venema's logdaemon.

It is written to work with all PAM-based Unices, including FreeBSD, Solaris, and Linux. The project should work with any S/Key library that is fully interface-compatible with logdaemon.

So far it has been tested on Linux (Debian potato, Debian woody and Debian sid), Solaris 2.6, 2.7 and 2.8. I have reason to believe it will work where PAM implementation exists and is
properly done. It provides `auth' services only. It can use tokens from PAM_AUTHTOK to implement flexibile module stacking.

NOTE: You *absolutely* need libskey to make this module working. I recommend original logdaemon suite by Wietse Venema - you can find it in
logdaemon-5.10 package.

This suite consists of following modules:

pam_skey.so - Main module than by default contains routines for checking skey.access for access rules

pam_skey_access.so - Add-on module that is useful only when it is required (requisite) module after pam_skey, which means skey.access controls future loading of other modules. Note that this emulates behavior of original Venema's skeylogin.

What's New in This Release:

A _pam_delete() bug has been fixed: PAM response cleanup was done before skeyverify(), instead of after, which eventually resulted in broken conversation.

Last updated on October 3rd, 2007

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