Ohh. Poor suckers.
I stay with supported Open Code. Like Digipass, like snk.
The reason is that i have tried secureid - and rejected it.
Once you leave this propetary *binary-only* world you'll
never go back!
: > has anyone heard of problems for a SUNOS 4.1.4 3 to be a client of an
: > ACE server (Security Dynamics)? My SUNOS is pretty heavily patched for
: > security reasons but refuses to have a correct dialog with the ACE/server.
: SunOS 4.1.4 is supported for the ACE/Server and ACE/Client under ACE
: 1.3 (the C/S code without the Progress RDBS) and later versions.
: I think it _will_ be supported, at least for the client (and maybe
: the ACE/Server too,) under ACE 2.2 -- which is due to be released any day
: (probably within a week.)
: ACE 2.1 had a function which referred back to the kernel for
: validation. If the 4.1.4 3 SunOS (or your patches) rearranged the kernel
: layout vis a vis 4.1.4 (2), it might have caused a problem. ACE 2.2 has a
: workaround that should henceforth make it relatively OS-independent...
: within supported Unix families, at least.
: Check with SDTI in Paris. They've got a good tech support guy there.
: > Thats what happens : the username and PASSCODE are correctly sent to the APIs
: > but these mis-encrypt the PASSCODE and so send an incorrect PASSCODE to the
: > server which refuses the authentication.
: This seems unlikely. The encrypted exchange between an ACE/Client and
: the ACE/Server is more complex than simply passing on the Passcode, but if
: there were a problem with the encrypting process (corrupted code, or bad
: node (client) secret) it wouldn't work with either 4.1.4 (3) or 4.1.4
: (2). And, as you said:
: > ...there's no problem with SUNOS 4.1.4 2
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