Network Identity Manager (NetIdMgr) allows end users to manage multiple network identifies from within a single easy to use interface. NetIdMgr is extensible, enabling organizations to add support for various types of identification providers and the ability to derive new forms from the user's initial credentials. For example, MIT Kerberos for Windows 3.0 and future versions of OpenAFS for Windows use NetIdMgr with a Kerberos 5 identity provider.
Credential provider plug-ins for Kerberos 5 and Kerberos 4 tickets manage the identification properties as well as the ticket acquisition and renewal process.
A credential provider plug-in for AFS tokens is distributed by the OpenAFS project.
A credential provider for kx509/kca certificates is distributed by the KCACred project.
There are no reported vulnerabilities