Kerberos


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Kerberos

A network protocol allowing machines connected to an unsecured network (called nodes) to identify each other securely. It was developed at MIT in the 1980s.
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She currently represents Alta as a Director on the boards of Aegerion Pharmaceuticals, Insulet and SurgRx, and was directly involved in Alta's investments in Esperion Therapeutics and Kerberos Proximal Solutions.
28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- FoxHollow Technologies today announced it has signed a definitive merger agreement to acquire Kerberos Proximal Solutions, Inc.
Centrify's DirectControl-Enabled Implementations of OpenSSH, Kerberos Utilities PuTTY, and Samba Now Include Technical Support Services
5, which uses the Kerberos network authentication protocol, combines the core elements of the standard and proven RadiantOne virtual directory with the capability to virtualize authentication to multiple back-end data sources.
2 and the Kerberos authentication protocol in its present operating system, IGEL Embedded Flash Linux.
Automatic Kerberos sign-on allows users to access IBM iSeries hosts using Windows credentials or any Kerberos ticket available to Java.
No other Identity Management approach delivers a single 'trusted zone' offering real-time authentication and single sign-on, by means of Kerberos, for Windows, Unix, Linux and Java, all managed from a single identity store within Microsoft's Active Directory.
Similarly, the Kerberos authentication protocol available in the client firmware of the new device generation, enables clear identification of the client and secure access to host applications in complex UNIX Server environments.
The continued success of the Kerberos Peripheral Rinspiration(R) Catheter System in multi-device treatment interventions was one of the showcases highlighted at the IX Live Symposium of Complex Coronary and Cardiovascular Cases in New York June 14-17.
The MIT Kerberos Consortium is intended to provide a mechanism by which the numerous organizations that have adopted Kerberos in the last two decades may participate in the continuation of what was previously funded as an internal MIT project.
The Company was the first to market a commercial product based on Kerberos technology, and is recognized as experts in the technology.