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CA Web Helper
CA Web Helper is a helper Web application writen in PHP and Perl to mantain a local Certificate Authority based on OpenSSL. It provides the ability to view issued certificates, issue new certificates, and revoke compromised certificates.
SecurID authentication for OpenSSH
SecurID authentication for OpenSSH is done as a patch for the official portable release of OpenSSH. It is done as keyboard-interactive authentication and firstname.lastname@example.org authentication (a non-standard solution provided in commercial implementations from F-Secure and SSH). All SecurID token states are covered (Next token code and New PIN).
Shishi is a (still incomplete) implementation of Kerberos 5, which can be used to authenticate users in distributed systems. It contains a library that can be used by application developers, and a command line utility for users. Shishi supports Kerberos authenticated telnet client/server, IMAP client/server (via GSSAPI), SSH client/server (via GSSAPI), rsh/rlogin client, and a PAM module for host security.
pam_smb is a module which allows Linux users to be authenticated from Samba, NT or Windows 95/8 machines.
pam_sqlite allows developers to authenticate users against a table in an SQLite database. It supports checking account information (pam_acct_expired, new_authtok_reqd) and updating authentication tokens.
Modular Access Control System
Modular Access Control System (MACS) is a system for global authentication, authorization, user/group/resource management, and application services.
OpenSSH SecurID patch
This patch integrates SecurID authentication services directly into the OpenSSH daemon, allowing users to use SecurID tokens directly as their passwords instead of relying on the clunky sdshell.
mod_auth_any is an Apache DSO module that allows arbitrary authentication mechanisms. It allows users to specify a command line program to use for Apache's basic server security authentication.
msulogin is the single-user mode login program used to force the console user to login under a root account before a shell is started. Unlike other implementations of sulogin, this one supports having multiple root accounts on a system. msulogin has been developed as a part of Openwall GNU/*/Linux and is being made available separately primarily for use by other distributions. Currently, msulogin supports only systems with shadow passwords and getspnam(3).
pam_require is a simple Plugable Authentication Module (PAM) for Linux (and maybe other systems which use PAM). It is an account module that allows you to require a special group or user to access a service.
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