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This is step 3 of a 3 step process to create a High-Available configuration between Apache Fortress and Symas OpenLDAP.
50% of networks and websites that aren’t using 2FA are open to shared-password attacks. Is yours one of them? How many of the users in your network use the same password on external sites with questionable security? Ondrej Kuznik offers insight on how OpenLDAP users can implement 2FA today. Click to learn how.
Passwords, everyone loves to hate them and still, in the era of digital certificates, fingerprints, and voice recognition, we use them on a daily basis and want users to memorize tens of different complex passwords. So they cheat and passwords get reused, written down on a piece of paper, you name it. Not that service providers always get this right either.
Readers know that Attribute-based Access Control (ABAC) is a bit of an obsession with me. It stems from the want to have something like an ABAC system in my little bag of tricks. An authorization engine that scales to everyday usage, without proprietary, bloated or cumbersome baggage to weigh it down.
Symas corporation to now offer OpenLDAP for Linux Support Packages for any 3rd party distribution. Click to learn more.
Through the years that followed, despite university staff turnover and other changes, they have retained Symas to provide “additional brain power,” staff training and software maintenance.
Howard Chu (CTO for Symas Corporation) will present at DEF CON 26 in the Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Open Security Village. His keynote speech, “Inside Monero” will take a deeper look into the Monero Project and its use of Symas’s Lightning Memory-mapped Database.
In 2013 the president of Three Turn Productions, Judy Tyrer, reached out to the Symas Corporation for database help as she was preparing to launch her virtual roleplaying game, called Ever, Jane. The support she received then, and now, has been unrivaled. Click to learn how Symas helped her company.
We’ve all heard the complaint, RBAC doesn’t work. It leads to Role Explosion, defined as an inordinate number of roles in a production environment. Nobody knows who must be assigned to what because there are hundreds if not thousands of them.