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- Kenneth R. Robinette
February 16, 2005, 9:57 pm
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SSH external-keyx support, as well as gssapi-with-mic authentication to our
SNetTerm Windows based SSH client.
The Globus external-keyx support allows for an "empty" userid to be used
during the ssh login process, allowing the Globus ssh host server to map the
user proxy certificate to the proper login userid using the grid-mapfile.
The Globus user certificate, and corresponding private key, can be located
in the Microsoft Browser certificate store, as well as disk based. The
public portion of the CA Certificate that signed the server host certificate
can also be located in the Microsoft Browser certificate store, as well as
disk based. The Globus certificate signing_policy is also supported. CRL
support can be enabled if desired.
Certification of the external-keyx, gssapi, and gssapi-with-mic support was
with the GT2.4.3 release.
Other authentications supported are password, public/private key, Kerberos,
Kerberos exteral-kex, SRP and OPIE/SKey.
InterSoft International, Inc.
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