GSS_C_NO_NAME for desired_name?
ghudson at MIT.EDU
Sat Jan 1 13:42:22 EST 2011
On Sat, 2011-01-01 at 11:48 -0500, Brian Candler wrote:
> That is: if someone broken into httpd, and it was using a shared keytab
> which also contained the sshd key, then they'd be able to go fetch (and
> abuse) the sshd key. And on the flip side, a user who has a legitimate
> ticket for HTTP/foo would also be able to get a legitimate ticket for
> host/foo, so there's no additional problem if sshd happens also to accept
> the HTTP/foo ticket.
The problem comes when you have a host keytab containing host and HTTP
keys (maybe as an artifact of how the site deploys keys to hosts), and a
httpd keytab containing only the HTTP key. With "strict acceptor check"
behavior in sshd, this configuration doesn't allow httpd access to sshd.
Without strict acceptor checks, it might.
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