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Kerberos Authentication in Sun RPC

@inproceedings{Smith1993KerberosAI,
  title={Kerberos Authentication in Sun RPC},
  author={Carl H. Smith},
  year={1993}
}
The purpose of this report is to describe the Kerberos authentication flavor for Sun RPC and its use for NFS Sun RPC [RFC1057] has an extensible authentication mechanism which allows new authentication flavors to be added from time to time. In SunOS 4.0 DES-based authen-tication was added (with the regrettable misnomer " secure RPC "). SunOS 5.0 added support for authentication based on Kerberos version 4 [Steiner]. The specification for DES-based Sun RPC authentication has been available for… Expand
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A solution to the problem of making a trusted third-party authentication protocol fault tolerant is presented and the implementation of a fault-tolerant Kerberos authentication protocol is discussed. Expand

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