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This article was written for the FreeBSD Project by ThinkSec AS and Network Associates Laboratories, the Security Research Division of Network Associates, Inc. under DARPA/SPAWAR contract N66001-01-C-8035 (<quote>CBOSS</quote>), as part of the DARPA CHATS research program.
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Pluggable Authentication Modules Módulos de autentificación conectables
This article describes the underlying principles and mechanisms of the Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM) library, and explains how to configure PAM, how to integrate PAM into applications, and how to write PAM modules. Este artículo describe los principios y mecanismos subyacentes de la libreria Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM), y explica cómo configurar PAM, cómo integrar PAM en aplicaciones y cómo escribir módulos PAM.
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This article was written for the FreeBSD Project by ThinkSec AS and Network Associates Laboratories, the Security Research Division of Network Associates, Inc. under DARPA/SPAWAR contract N66001-01-C-8035 (<quote>CBOSS</quote>), as part of the DARPA CHATS research program. This article was written for the FreeBSD Project by ThinkSec AS and Network Associates Laboratories, the Security Research Division of Network Associates, Inc. under DARPA/SPAWAR contract N66001-01-C-8035 (<quote>CBOSS</quote>), as part of the DARPA CHATS research program.
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Introduction Introducción
The Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM) library is a generalized API for authentication-related services which allows a system administrator to add new authentication methods simply by installing new PAM modules, and to modify authentication policies by editing configuration files. La libreria Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM) es una API para servicios relacionados con la autenticación que permite al administrador del sistema añadir nuevos métodos de autenticación simplemente instalando nuevos módulos PAM y modificando las políticas de autenticación editando el archivo de configuración.
PAM was defined and developed in 1995 by Vipin Samar and Charlie Lai of Sun Microsystems, and has not changed much since. In 1997, the Open Group published the X/Open Single Sign-on (XSSO) preliminary specification, which standardized the PAM API and added extensions for single (or rather integrated) sign-on. At the time of this writing, this specification has not yet been adopted as a standard. PAM fue definido y desarrollado en 1995 por Vipin Samar y Charlie Lai de Sun Microsystems, y no ha cambiado mucho desde entonces. En 1997, el Open Group publicó la especificación preliminar X/Open Single Sign-on (XSSO), que estandarizó la API de PAM y añadió las extensiones para el single sign-on. En el momento de escribir este artículo, esta especificación aún no se ha adoptado como estándar.
Although this article focuses primarily on FreeBSD 5.x, which uses OpenPAM, it should be equally applicable to FreeBSD 4.x, which uses Linux-PAM, and other operating systems such as Linux and <trademark>Solaris</trademark>. Aunque este artículo se centra principalmente en FreeBSD 5.x, el cual hace uso de OpenPAM, también se debería poder aplicar a FreeBSD 4.x, el cual hace uso de Linux-PAM, y en otros sistemas operativos, como Linux y <trademark>Solaris</trademark>.
Terms and Conventions Términos y convenciones
Definitions Definiciones
The terminology surrounding PAM is rather confused. Neither Samar and Lai's original paper nor the XSSO specification made any attempt at formally defining terms for the various actors and entities involved in PAM, and the terms that they do use (but do not define) are sometimes misleading and ambiguous. The first attempt at establishing a consistent and unambiguous terminology was a whitepaper written by Andrew G. Morgan (author of Linux-PAM) in 1999. While Morgan's choice of terminology was a huge leap forward, it is in this author's opinion by no means perfect. What follows is an attempt, heavily inspired by Morgan, to define precise and unambiguous terms for all actors and entities involved in PAM. La terminología que rodea PAM es bastante confusa. Ni el documento original de Samar y Lai, ni la especificación XSSO hicieron ningún intento de definir formalmente los términos para los diversos actores y entidades involucradas en PAM, y los términos que usan (pero no definen) a veces son engañosos y ambiguos. El primer intento de establecer una terminología coherente e inequívoca fue un documento técnico escrito por Andrew G. Morgan (autor de Linux-PAM) en 1999. Si bien la terminología elegida por parte de Morgan fue un gran avance, en opinión de este autor, no es de ninguna manera perfecta. Las definiciones que se muestran son un intento, fuertemente inspiradas por Morgan, de definir de forma precisa y sin ambigüedades los terminos para todos los actores y entidades involucradas en PAM.
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The set of credentials the applicant is requesting from the arbitrator. El conjunto de credenciales que el applicant solicita al arbitrator.

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