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CrossNodes: Building an LDAP Server on Linux, Parts 3 & 4

Dec 12, 2003, 07:00 (4 Talkback[s])
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From Part 4:

"So, you have come back for more OpenLDAP fun (you glutton for punishment, you). Welcome to the final installment of this series, where we'll be discussing how to add security to our OpenLDAP server.

"As a quick review of the series, part 1 served as an introduction to the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol, with a breakdown of what the protocol can and cannot do. In part 2 we covered installation and a very basic configuration, while part 3 looked at populating a directory with actual data as well as how to avoid some of the more common showstoppers.

"Let's start today's security coverage with a quick look at how to hash your password..."

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