PAM module to authenticate using a PostgreSQL database
This module lets you authenticate users against a table in a PostgreSQL
database. It also supports:
- Checking account information (pam_acct_expired,new_authtok_reqd)
- Updating auth token
- New upstream source location is http://libpam-pgsql.codecastle.com
This module provides support to authenticate against PostgreSQL
tables for PAM-enabled appliations.
This module is based in part on the FreeBSD pam_unix module, and
the Debian pam_mysql module, but was written from scratch using
the two as a reference.
There is another pam_pgsql module, but the sources appear to have
vanished, hence this mo
Just wanted to cover an issue that is sure to come up regarding this release. For those that are watching this package, there is a possible security breach in libpgsql which this package interacts with.
According to http://cert.uni-stuttgart.de/advisories/apache_auth.php, there is a potential security flaw in libpgsql itself which could allow an attacker to add, drop, delete t
pam-pgsql (0.5.2-3woody1) stable-security; urgency=high
* Security fix in logging function handles format string vulnerability.
Thanks to Florian Zumbiehl for pointing this out. (CAN-2003-0672)
-- Joerg Wendland <firstname.lastname@example.org> Thu, 7 Aug 2003 12:29:50 +0200
pam-pgsql (0.5.2-3) unstable; urgency=low
* Just a rebuild against the current libpgsql. Hopefully this fixes any
Upstream Author(s): David D.W. Downey ("pgpkeys") <email@example.com>
Upstream Source: htt
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