austin at coremetrics.com
Tue May 7 13:15:18 EDT 2002
I would think that is possible, though probably unsupported by krbdev.
There would be some need to check the UID of the user logging in(a
possible attack scenario) and then perform a passwd/shadow based login
for that user. It should be possible, but I'm not sure what that does to
the integrity of the login.
On Tue, 2002-05-07 at 11:39, Marc wrote:
> Austin Gonyou wrote:
> > AHhhh..I see...now it makes sense...hrmmm..I don't know how you could
> > that then.
> There must be a way, how about modifying the code of login.krb5 to make
> root account always get checked via /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow ???
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