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2009 Mar 05
8
Can I construct the controller myself in a controller spec?
Hi I am experimenting with Constructor based dependency injection for rails controllers. So I have something like this class LoginSessionsController < ApplicationController def initialize(authenticator = TheRealAuthenticator) @authenticator = authenticator end .... end The plan was to override the authenticator used when testing with something like describe
2007 Jun 16
3
dovecot under attack
Hi, I?ve posted this before but no one was able to help. I can?t figure out what they are trying to do, and if I should be concerned. I am running dovecot version 0.99.14 on Fedora Core 4. It appears that my dovecot server is under attack. This morning in my system e-mail I saw this: dovecot: Authentication Failures: rhost= : 23431 Time(s)
2013 Mar 19
1
dovecot: auth-worker: order of authentication types
Hi all, I'm setting a mailserver using dovecot version: 2.1.7. On the server I have a couple of system users using PAM authentication and a lot of virtual users using SQL authentication. When a virtual user (e.g. david at virtdomain.de) logs in dovecot tries to authenticate the user via PAM and after failing it uses SQL: Mar 19 11:39:42 orange dovecot: auth-worker(7815): pam(david at
2000 Aug 04
0
Combining RSA host authentication with another method
...ar = 0; /* Indicate that authentication is needed. */ packet_start(SSH_SMSG_FAILURE); *************** *** 371,376 **** --- 376,404 ---- break; } + /* + * If we require both RSA host and some other authentication + * check that we've obtained two distinct authentications. + */ + if ( options.rsa_host_other_authentication && authenticated ) { + if ( type == SSH_CMSG_AUTH_RHOSTS_RSA ) { + authenticated_so_far |= AUTH_RSA_HOST ; + } + else { + authenticated_so_far |= AUTH_OTHER ; + } + + if ( authenticated_so_far == AUTH_BOTH )...
2016 Jul 04
3
SSH multi factor authentication
There has been some good discussion around our IBM security team as to what actually constitutes SSH multi factor authentication. There are 2 options being discussed. One, the Google Authenticator (OTP authentication). Two, Public/Private key authentication (pubkeyauthentication = yes) which supports pass phrase private key authentication. Which of these is considered multi-factor
2017 Dec 14
4
auth_policy in a non-authenticating proxy chain
Hi, I was looking into the new Authentication Policy feature: https://wiki2.dovecot.org/Authentication/Policy I had kinda hoped that I would be able to enfore this in a proxy running in front of several backends. This proxy does not authenticate. It use "nopassword". But I realize that the "succes" reported in the final authpolicy req. (command=report) is
2015 Mar 23
2
Services supporting Kerberos and/or TLS client certificate authentication
Hello, We're starting to use FreeIPA in house (which is awesome btw) which means that Kerberos and TLS client certificate authentication is suddenly quite easy. Im looking for a list of common Linux services with data on how one can Authenticate/Authorise for these services. * httpd support TLS client certificate authentication and Kerberos * rabbitmq supports TLS client certificate
2008 Nov 23
6
v1.1.7 released
http://dovecot.org/releases/1.1/dovecot-1.1.7.tar.gz http://dovecot.org/releases/1.1/dovecot-1.1.7.tar.gz.sig I should have released this earlier since v1.1.6 had that annoying startup problem, but surprisingly few people complained about it so I kind of forgot about it then. BTW. v1.2 progresses nicely. Now that shared mailboxes are finally fully
2008 Nov 23
6
v1.1.7 released
http://dovecot.org/releases/1.1/dovecot-1.1.7.tar.gz http://dovecot.org/releases/1.1/dovecot-1.1.7.tar.gz.sig I should have released this earlier since v1.1.6 had that annoying startup problem, but surprisingly few people complained about it so I kind of forgot about it then. BTW. v1.2 progresses nicely. Now that shared mailboxes are finally fully
2008 Jul 25
1
SSH authentication order on AIX
I'm trying to get to the bottom of an issue with key authentication on AIX and I'm not sure I believe IBM's answer so I thought I'd post here to see what answer I'd get from the SSH side. We have three different methods of authentication - local, VAS (AD), NIS. On our Linux and Solaris servers it's very simple to set the authentication order with nsswitch.conf and SSH
2007 May 18
2
Winbindd breaks after first unsuccessfull authentication
I have the following problem: # wbinfo -V Version 3.0.24 # wbinfo -a anyuser%goodpassword plaintext password authentication succeeded challenge/response password authentication succeeded # wbinfo -a anyuser%badpassword plaintext password authentication failed error code was NT_STATUS_WRONG_PASSWORD (0xc000006a) error messsage was: Wrong Password Could not authenticate user anyuser%badpassword
2009 Apr 07
1
passing X11 authentication and authenticated home directories
There are situations in which access to one's home directory depends on prior authentication. Here are several: - AFS (requires Kerberos-based tokens) - NFSv4+GSSAPI (requires a Kerberos TGT) - encrypted home directories (requires a token/password to decrypt) As it stands right now, OpenSSH X11 authentication forwarding breaks in these scenarios. This is because unlike the
2016 Jul 04
2
SSH multi factor authentication
On Sun, 3 Jul 2016, Stephen Harris wrote: > On Sun, Jul 03, 2016 at 09:19:43PM -0500, Bruce F Bading wrote: > > One, the Google Authenticator (OTP authentication). > > On its own, this is not 2FA. It's single factor ("something you > have"). > > A combination of Google Authenticator _and_ password is 2FA. This is > easy to do with PAM. Agreed >
2015 Dec 11
4
Support for ChallengeResponseAuthentication in Match section
Hi, I'm using 2-factor authentication (pubkey+googe_authenticator) and have an issue with rsync. It's configured to use pubkey to authenticate to server so when google_authentication is bypassed by not creating .google_authenticator file for particular user (thanks to nullok option in PAM) it still sends to stderr "Authenticated with partial success." message although it
2005 May 31
4
On SSH
Hello, does anybody know how to achieve the following with SSH... a) accept RSA authentication for all but root from any IP b) accept RSA authentication for root from a couple IPs/Netmasks c) accept password authentication for all but root from a dozen Netmasks d) accept password authentication for root from 3 local netmasks only ie. make authentication depend on the
2014 Aug 04
1
Password authentication problem with 6.4p1 (and later) clients: An analysis
...called 'partial'. Then, in 6.4p1 and later, 'input_userauth_failure' will do the following: if (partial != 0) { logit("Authenticated with partial success."); /* reset state */ pubkey_cleanup(authctxt); pubkey_prepare(authctxt); } debug("Authentications that can continue: %s", authlist); Before 6.4p1 the 'pubkey_cleanup' and 'pubkey_prepare' invocation were missing. The undesirable behavior is introduced by 'pubkey_prepare'. When invoked here, it will modify the OpenSSH authentication context 'authctxt' so tha...
2005 Jun 30
2
Authenticate login failed: Unsupported authentication mechanism
Hi, I just switched (or tried to) from UW-IMAP to dovecot. When I try to login through the telnet client I get: 1 NO Authentication failed and in the log I get: imap-login: Authenticate PLAIN failed: Unsupported authentication mechanism If I try to login through the IMAP client (Thunderbird), in the log I get the slightly different: imap-login: Authenticate login failed: Unsupported
2008 Sep 02
1
Authentication w/ key + password
I have read archives about two-factor authentication on this list and it is interesting and can open up a can of worms. I don't intend on opening a can of worms or spur debate. As far as I can tell, authentication to openssh can be performed by signing a connection request with a private client key & having the server decrypt the key with the public key. The other way to authenticate (of
2006 Jan 31
0
webservice problem (cant make client)
hey, i have made a webservice http://twodecode.pilot.localhost.be:3000/backend/wsdl here i can see the wsdl file i have a method string Authenticate(string twa, string login, string pass) when i do /invoke i can test it, this all works backend_api.rb class BackendApi < ActionWebService::API::Base api_method :authenticate, :expects => [{:twa =>:string},{:login
2006 Jan 18
1
bug in Authenticate application ?
I'm Japanese. Sorry,English is not so understood,Please let me question by items. In Asterisk-1.2.1 and 1.2.2,I cannnot understand the operation of Authenticate application's 'j' option. exten => 123,1,Answer() exten => 123,2,Authenticate(789,j) exten => 123,3,Playback(pin-number-accepted) exten => 123,4,SayDigits(111) exten => 123,103,SayDigits(999) In this