Regarding the published code of Kerberos V5
hartmans at MIT.EDU
Sun Jul 28 16:51:00 EDT 2002
>>>>> "Aneuya" == Aneuya <aneuya at yahoo.co.in> writes:
Aneuya> Hi, I am a research student in India and working on a
Aneuya> filesystems project where we are planning to provide
Aneuya> authentication using Kerberos V5. Can we use the published
Aneuya> code directly by customizing it according to our
Aneuya> requirements and still maintaining the standard ?
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