Subject: Re: bin/953: login.c changes to sanify s/key use
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: matthew green <email@example.com.OZ.AU>
Date: 04/11/1995 21:24:50
doesn't the "standard" skey have a file that lets you configure
which users can and can't login with or without skey ?
i would not like your patch to be installed as it is. i know
when i should use s/key or not, when logging on to my machine
over what ever network. if it's from international, then, yes,
i use it. if it's from a machine on the same subnet, and i
`trust' that subnet, then i don't want to use it (hell, i'd
want to use .rhosts in this case).
i also don't like the idea of using the `secure' keyword in
/etc/ttys for this extra purpose..
netbsd comes with a hell of a lot of built-in out-of-the-box
security, and this is great, but this security is configurable.
so should the s/key stuff.