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Kerberos Libraries for Kerberos4 From KTH

Kerberos is a system for authenticating users and services on a network. Kerberos is a trusted third-party service. That means that there is a third party (the kerberos server) that is trusted by all the entities on the network (users and services, usually called "principals").

This version is from Kungliga Tekniska H�gskolan (the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden). It is based on the eBones version of MIT Kerberos which was legally exported from the US by removing all encryption hooks before export. It isn't covered by any patents and should be legal to use anywhere encryption is legal at all.

Package version:1.1-8-2.3


krb4 (1.1-8-2.3) stable-security; urgency=high

  * Backport of patches from 1.2.1 to 1.2.2
    Fix security bug in kerberos4 cross realm by disabling it. 
    For more information see

 -- Mikael Andersson <>  Tue, 18 Mar 2003 16:16:22 +0000

krb4 (1.1-8-2.2) stable-security; urgency=high

  * Non-maintainer upload by the



	* Release 1.1

	* lib/krb/*: adjust to openssl's des prototypes


	* lib/krb/ (libkrb_la_LDFLAGS): set version to 2:0:1
	(new interfaces added)
	* lib/kdb/ (libkdb_la_LDFLAGS): set version to 1:10:0
	(newer than any from 1.0-branch)
	* lib/kadm/ (libkadm_la_LDFLAGS): set version to 1:10:0
	(newer than any from 1.0-branch)

	* admin/kdb_dest


Various parts of this software are covered by various copyrights.

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In brief, because of BSD-style copyrights, advertisements mentioning Kerberos
should contain the following credits:

 This product includes software developed by the Kungliga Tekniska H�gskolan
 and its contributors.

 This product includes software developed by Eric Young (

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