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Google PAM Module (defunct)

Project Description

Google PAM Module (defunct)

This package used to implement a PAM module to authenticate users against a Google domain.

It is now utterly broken and allows anyone to authenticate with any password they provide: https://github.com/zopefoundation/cipher.googlepam/issues/1

DO NOT USE THIS PACKAGE

Changelog

1.7.0 (2016-10-21)

1.6.0 (2013-04-16)

  • Extracted a reusable helper cipher.googlepam.pam_google.GoogleAuth that you can use to implement Google authentication in applications that do not use PAM.

1.5.1 (2012-10-11)

  • MemCache reliability fixes:

    • SECURITY FIX: do not use the same cache key for all users.

      Previously when one user logged in successfully, others could not log in using their own passwords – but the first user could now use her password to log in as anyone else.

    • Do not store custom classes in memcached so we don’t get unpickling errors caused by the special execution environment set up by pam_python.so. Previously the cached value was a subclass of tuple, now it’s a plain tuple, so old caches will continue to work with the new code.

  • FileCache reliability fixes:

    • Avoid incorrect cache lookups (or invalidations) when a username is a proper prefix of some other username.
    • Avoid cache poisoning if usernames contain embedded ‘::’ separators or newlines.
    • Avoid exceptions on a race condition if the cache file disappears after we check for its existence but before we open it for reading.
  • Add missing test file for multi-group support. It was accidentally left out of the last release causing a test failure.

  • Make add-google-users skip users that already exist without printing scary error messages that make it seem the script aborted early.

1.5.0 (2012-10-09)

  • Support multiple Google groups. The authenticating user has to be a member of any one of them for access to be allowed.
  • Added add-google-users new option –exclude to skip adding some users (e.g. the ‘admin’ user might clash with an existing ‘admin’ group, causing the script to fail).
  • Added add-google-users option –add-to-group as a more meaningful alias for the old –admin-group option.
  • Added add-google-users option –add-to-group-command for completeness.

1.4.0 (2012-10-08)

  • Set umask to avoid world-readable log and cache files.
  • Add a space after the PAM prompt.
  • The add-google-users script now reads the pam_google config file to get the domain, username, password and group. You can also use -C/–config-file to specify a different config file.
  • add-google-users does not break if you don’t specify –admin-group.
  • Added Debian packaging.

1.3.0 (2012-04-24)

  • Added ability to cache authentication result, since some uses, such as Apache authentication can cause a lot of requests. File- and memcached-based caches have been implemented and are available/configurable in the configuration file.
  • Fully stubbed out the Google API for faster and simpler testing.
  • Removed all traces of Cipher’s specific account details.
  • Changed all headers to ZPL.
  • The package is ready for public release.

1.2.0 (2012-04-17)

  • Do not fail if the username already exists.

1.1.0 (2012-04-17)

  • Make the admin group configurable.

1.0.0 (2012-04-17)

  • PAM module authenticating against users in a group of a particular Google domain.
  • Script to add all users of a group within a Google domain as system users.
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