Projects / mod_auth_nufw


mod_auth_nufw is a Single Sign On Apache module which performs secure user identification and authentication, based on the Nufw firewalling suite. Nufw marks all connections of a network with a unique UserID. This module takes advantage of that mark and uses it to transparently identify and authenticate users requiring access to an Apache server.


Recent releases

  •  11 Nov 2008 11:06

    Release Notes: Support for compiling on 64-bit architectures, support for IPv6 mapped IPv4 addresses, better error messages in the log when the database is unreachable, a fix for a small memory leak, and other bugfixes.

    •  12 May 2006 19:54

      Release Notes: Support for Apache 2.2 was added. A couple of prototyping mistakes were fixed.

      •  20 Apr 2006 13:14

        Release Notes: This release adds support for Apache 2.0 and brings clean-ups in the configuration.

        •  20 Jul 2004 16:53

          Release Notes: Bugs in the linked list handling code were fixed. This bug would only show up when several servers were setup on the same mod_auth_nufw installation. Bugs which caused the global directives "AuthNufwMaxSqlConns", "AuthNufwMaxLdapUidConns", and "AuthNufwMaxLdapUidCachedObjects" to be ignored were fixed. Code cleanup was done. The code now compiles without any warnings.

          •  05 Jul 2004 18:14

            Release Notes: This release fixes some (Apache child-bound) memory leaks in the handling of SQL and LDAP connections.


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