Corpus ID: 2458977

Kerberos and SESAME

@inproceedings{PerssonKerberosAS,
  title={Kerberos and SESAME},
  author={Mats Persson and Ulf Lindbergh}
}
Today many users have to login to each computer they want to access and each time their passwords is sent in clear text over the network. This is a serious security problem and it would be much simpler to authenticate the user only once. To solve this problem two security systems have been developed, Kerberos and SESAME. We have installed and tried these two systems and this report contains our observations. 

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