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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Por ejemplo, en los tokens JSON de OAuth se almacena el ID de usuario, el alcance y alguna otra informacion requerida por la aplicacion, mientras que el token de Kerberos contiene informacion como el ID del cliente, su direccion de red, el periodo de validez y la llave de sesion.
E.: A secure on-line credit card transaction method Based on Kerberos authentication protocol, A Master Thesis in Computer Science Submitted to the School of Computer Science, Howard R., Hughes College of Engineering, Graduate College University of Nevada, Las Vegas (2010)
Menasce, "Performance of public-key-enabled Kerberos authentication in large networks," in Proc.
Also new to Neo4j are governance and security features ranging from new schema constraints to Kerberos support to advanced query monitoring.
The authentication model used in our protocols is also newly designed with the motivation from the Kerberos model [20].
However, the discoveries of tiny Kerberos and Styx came in 2011 and 2012, respectively.
It suggests several architectural drawings for authentication, security, data privacy and access controls including Sentry, Kerberos, Ranger and other Apache tools such as the Atlas project.
- Easier management of domain-joined machines with NT LAN Manager (NTLM), enabling more secure authentication of domain users with just a username and password - reducing the need to configure and manage Kerberos on the Ansible control machine.
For enterprises concerned with authentication to their Hadoop data, Anaconda will also include single-sign-on (SSO) via Kerberos.
Along with this, the four smaller satellites, Styx, Nix, Kerberos and Hydra, have also shown signs of resemblance, contradicting previous studies that estimated their formation to the Kuiper Belt's activities.
Scientists also are analyzing the first close-up images of Pluto's small moons--Styx, Nix, Kerberos and Hydra.
The Pluto satellite system [8] has five moons, Charon, Styx, Nix, Kerberos, and Hydra, which are nearly in a 1:3:4:5:6 resonance condition!