DACS is a light-weight single sign-on and role-based access control system providing flexible, modular authentication methods and powerful, transparent rule-based authorization checking for Web services, CGI programs, or virtually any program.
|Tags||Security Internet Web HTTP Servers|
|Licenses||Sleepycat/Oracle Berkeley DB|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD FreeBSD Linux Solaris Mac OS 10.6|
Release Notes: This release improves support for Apache 2.4, corrects many problems with dacs.quick(7), and fixes a variety of minor bugs.
Release Notes: This minor bugfix release upgrades third-party support packages, includes upgrades/fixes for Mac OS X 10.7.2, and fixes and extends the HTTP_AUTH directive and the dacsauth(1) command.
Release Notes: This minor update upgrades third-party support software. It extends HTTP_AUTH, dacsauth(1), and the dacsauth() function to return role information, and fixes several bugs.
Release Notes: Although it mainly fixes bugs and adds some minor features, this release includes improved support for one-time passwords (such as time-based tokens, token provisioning, and additional OTP token vendors), introduces a new, simplified user-selectable authentication control, fixes and improves PAM-based authentication, and adds support for SQLite.
Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release, but it also introduces support for the Mac OS X 10.6/x86 platform.