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From Saqib.N....@seagate.com
Subject [users@httpd] SPNEGO module for Apache
Date Thu, 17 Mar 2005 23:27:23 GMT




I was wondering if anyone has encountered any security concern/issues while
implementing Vintela's SPNEGO <
http://www.vintela.com/resources/topics/spnego/ >.  SPNEGO provides a
single-sign-on in a KERBEROS enabled environment. Basically it allows web
applications to automatically authenticate clients who have valid Kerberos
credentials.

I am planning to install the mod_spnego module on a apache server, that
will enable the client to single-sign-on to our internal application, if
they are part of our AD.

One possible concern is the increase of CSRF type of attacks, but that is
the case with any single-sign-on solution.

There is also the mod_spnego available on sourceforge.net any experiences
with that?

Thanks.
Saqib Ali
http://validate.sf.net


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