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Edson Brandi, ebrandi@FreeBSD.org, 2018
Silvio Ap Silva, contato@kanazuchi.com, 2018
Pluggable Authentication Modules Módulos de Autenticação Plugáveis
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. Esse artigo descreve princípios subjacentes e mecanismos da biblioteca de Módulos de Autenticação Plugáveis (PAM), e explica como configurar, como integrar com outras aplicações e como escrever novos módulos.
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Introduction Introdução
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. A biblioteca dos Módulos de Autenticação Plugáveis (PAM) é uma API generalizada para serviços relacionados com autenticações as quais permitem ao administrador de sistema adicionar um novo método de autenticação simplesmente pela instalação de um novo módulo PAM, e modificar a política de autenticação pela edição do arquivo de configuração.
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. O PAM foi definido e desenvolvido em 1995 por Vipin Samar e Charlie Lai da Sun Microsystems, e não teve muitas mudanças até hoje. Em 1997, o Open Group publicou a especificação preliminar do X/Open Single Sign-on (XSSO), a qual padroniza a API do PAM e adiciona extensões para autenticação única ou integrada. No momento da redação deste documento, esta especificação ainda não tinha sido adotada como padrão.
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>. Apesar deste artigo focar primariamente no sistema FreeBSD 5.x, o qual usa o OpenPAM, ele poderá ser igualmente aplicado ao FreeBSD 4.x, o qual usa o Linux-PAM, e a outros systemas operacionais, tais como o Linux e o <trademark>Solaris</trademark>.
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