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Secure Data Manager
Secure Data Manager (SDM) is a full-featured password manager application written entirely in Java. It stores logins and other private information for Web sites, computers, credit cards, etc.
pam_passwdqc is a simple password strength checking module for PAM-aware password changing programs, such as passwd(1). In addition to checking regular passwords, it offers support for passphrases and can provide randomly generated passwords. All features are optional and can be (re-)configured without rebuilding.
The mod_securid Apache module implements RSA SecurID authentication for the Apache Web server. It allows administrators to restrict access to Web sites (or parts of Web sites) to users authenticated using a SecurID token and an ACE server.
pilOTP is a one-time password (OTP) generator for the Palm Pilot. Key features incude RFC 1938 compliance, MD4, MD5 and SHA-1 support, and its compatible with S/KEY and OPIE.
w3pw is a Web based password wallet manager written in PHP. The encrypted information is stored in a MySQL database.
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.
OTPW is a one-time password authentication module for POSIX systems. Its security concept is optimized for users who prefer printed paper password lists over portable electronics. In this mode of operation, it provides better protection against some attacks than other schemes (e.g. S/KEY). It provides a library that can be linked with any application that performs interactive logins. A PAM wrapper is included for simple installation under Linux.
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 email@example.com 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.
The FreeRADIUS Server Project is an attempt to create a high-performance and highly configurable RADIUS server. While the server is conceptually similar to many of the Livingston server variants, it has many more features, and is much more configurable. It includes plug-in modules with support for MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, IODBC, IBM DB2, LDAP, Kerberos, PAM, MS-CHAP, and many more. It allows the administrator to fully customize the behaviour of authentication, accounting, and logging.
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