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Authentic2 Auth Kerberos

Project description

Authentic2 Auth Kerberos

It provides basic implementation of the HTTP Negotiate authentication mechanism and autologin support using Javascript and a cookie.

The django-kerberos project is used as a basis for this plugin.

Install

You just have to install the package in your virtualenv and relaunch, it will be automatically loaded by authentic2.

You must define the KRB5_KTNAME environment to the path of a keytab file containing the key for your service principal. See django-kerberos documentation for details.

Settings

  • A2_AUTH_KERBEROS_ENABLED: enable the authentication module, default is True.
  • A2_AUTH_KERBEROS_CREATE_USER: whether to create users for Kerberos
    principals, default is True.
  • A2_AUTH_KERBEROS_REALM: default reaml to attribute to user, default is None.
    If not None, the Kerberos realm is replaced by this one. It’s incompatible with support for multiple realms.
  • LDAP_AUTH_SETTINGS: same settings than for other usages in Authentic2, the Kerberos backend introduce a new key ‘principal_filter’ which is a str.format() template receiving two keyword arguments, username (the local part of the principal) and realm.

Changelog

1.1.0

  • use a2_just_logged_out to authorize automatic login and hide login tab
  • add LDAP backend

1.0.0

  • initial release

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