2
I Use This!
Very Low Activity
Analyzed 3 days ago. based on code collected 3 days ago.

Project Summary

k4start, k5start, and krenew are modified versions of kinit which add support for running as a daemon to maintain a ticket cache, running a command with credentials from a keytab and maintaining a ticket cache until that command completes, obtaining AFS tokens (via an external aklog) after obtaining tickets, and creating an AFS PAG for a command. They are primarily useful in conjunction with long-running jobs; for moving ticket handling code out of servers, cron jobs, or daemons; and to obtain tickets and AFS tokens with a single command.

Tags

authentication kerberos

In a Nutshell, kstart...

MIT License
Permitted

Commercial Use

Modify

Distribute

Sub-License

Private Use

Forbidden

Hold Liable

Required

Include Copyright

Include License

These details are provided for information only. No information here is legal advice and should not be used as such.

All Licenses

This Project has No vulnerabilities Reported Against it

Did You Know...

  • ...
    Black Duck offers a free trial so you can discover if there are open source vulnerabilities in your code
  • ...
    check out hot projects on the Open Hub
  • ...
    there are over 3,000 projects on the Open Hub with security vulnerabilities reported against them
  • ...
    by exploring contributors within projects, you can view details on every commit they have made to that project

Languages

Languages?height=75&width=75
C
66%
Perl
24%
Autoconf
6%
2 Other
4%

30 Day Summary

Jan 21 2018 — Feb 20 2018

12 Month Summary

Feb 20 2017 — Feb 20 2018
  • 0 Commits
    Down -1 (100%) from previous 12 months
  • 0 Contributors
    Down -1 (100%) from previous 12 months