A Security Tool that Provides Authentication for Applications

PAM (Pluggable Authentication Modules) is a system security tool that
allows system administrators to set authentication policies without
having to recompile programs that do authentication.

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Source Files
Filename Size Changed Actions
Linux-PAM-1.3.0-docs.tar.bz2 0000492805 481 KB almost 4 years
Linux-PAM-1.3.0.tar.bz2 0001302820 1.24 MB almost 4 years
baselibs.conf 0000000014 14 Bytes almost 12 years
common-account.pamd 0000000380 380 Bytes almost 4 years
common-auth.pamd 0000000462 462 Bytes over 7 years
common-password.pamd 0000000510 510 Bytes almost 7 years
common-session.pamd 0000000482 482 Bytes over 6 years
encryption_method_nis.diff 0000002334 2.28 KB almost 4 years
etc.environment 0000000097 97 Bytes over 13 years
other.pamd 0000000251 251 Bytes over 13 years
pam-fix-config-order-in-manpage.patch 0000002126 2.08 KB almost 2 years
pam-hostnames-in-access_conf.patch 0000004289 4.19 KB about 3 years
pam.changes 0000051786 50.6 KB 15 days
pam.spec 0000010809 10.6 KB 15 days
securetty 0000000161 161 Bytes almost 12 years
unix2_chkpwd.8 0000001739 1.7 KB almost 4 years
unix2_chkpwd.c 0000006885 6.72 KB almost 4 years
use-correct-IP-address.patch 0000000952 952 Bytes over 1 year
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