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PowerBroker is a full-featured solution with a rich suite of security options. Because of these features, PowerBroker can be much more complicated to set up if all the security options are used. In a strict comparison with sudo however; using only the features available to sudo, the installation and maintenance is no more complicated. Sudo can be an ...


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pbrun is part of powerbroker server that symark and sun teams provides for advanced root privilege delegation and keylogging. This application provides delegate privileges (usually root) to other users and log all events related all audits with advanced features and centralized all its. Also you can apply security policy your servers that is powerbroker ...


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This was enabled in sssd 1.9.5, by setting sssd.conf to include: ldap_rfc2307_fallback_to_local_users = true https://fedorahosted.org/sssd/wiki/Releases/Notes-1.9.5


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Authentication logic is usually handled by PAM nowadays. My guess is you should be able to set this up in PAM's configuration files (in my case, in /etc/pam.d). Common authentication logic is stored in common-auth. In your case, I'm guessing you should have something like this: auth [success=2 default=ignore] pam_unix.so nullok_secure auth ...


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You use DenyHOSTS. From the blurp on their webpage: enyHosts is a script intended to be run by Linux system administrators to help thwart SSH server attacks (also known as dictionary based attacks and brute force attacks). If you've ever looked at your ssh log (/var/log/secure on Redhat, /var/log/auth.log on Mandrake, etc...) you may be alarmed to ...


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Your "Password was incorrect" problem is because "GMail" identifies "Evolution" as a less secure app, so doesn't provide authentication to the app. You can change this feature if you want, https://www.google.com/settings/security/lesssecureapps But if you don't want to allow your email access to evolution, you can remove your gmail account in evolution by ...


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In my case being signed in to Chrome was getting in the way. When I opened up an incognito window and went to a random webpage the redirection worked. I got this idea from a post on an Arch Linux thread.



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