What’s wrong with SCRAM?

Simple Authentication and Security Layer (SASL, RFC4422) is the framework that was abstracted from the IMAP and POP protocols. Among the most popular mechanisms are PLAIN (clear-text passwords, usually under TLS), CRAM-MD5 (RFC2195), and GSSAPI (for Kerberos V5). The DIGEST-MD5 Continue reading What’s wrong with SCRAM?

GS2-KRB5 using GNU SASL and MIT Kerberos for Windows

I have blogged about GNU SASL and GS2-KRB5 with the native Kerberos on Mac OS X before, so the next logical step has been to support GS2-KRB5 on Windows through MIT Kerberos for Windows (KfW). With the latest release of Continue reading GS2-KRB5 using GNU SASL and MIT Kerberos for Windows