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Re: BSD authentication enabled in -current



On Wed, May 30, 2001 at 10:56:49AM -0600, Todd C. Miller wrote:
> Last evening I committed my patches to enable BSD authentication
> throughout the source tree.  This means that the auth programs are
> now build and installed in /usr/libexec/auth and things like login,
> su, ftpd, su, sshd, etc now use them.

this means that you can use CRYPTOCard and other challenge-reponse
based authentication methods with OpenSSH, too (just read
login_crypto(8), enable ChallengeResponseAuthentication in
ssh_config/sshd_config and edit /etc/login.conf).