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intro(3krb)							   intro(3krb)

Name
       intro - introduction to the Kerberos subroutines

Syntax
	#include <krb.h>

	#include <des.h>

	cc [ options ] files -lkrb -lknet
	 -ldes -lacl [ libraries ]

Description
       The Kerberos subroutines can provide for the authentication of and pro‐
       tection against the unauthorized modification  of  every	 message  sent
       across  a TCP/IP network from one application to another.  In addition,
       they provide a means to provide for  the	 creation  of  access  control
       lists  (ACL) which an application can use with Kerberos authentication,
       to determine if another application is authorized to perform a particu‐
       lar action.

       The  routines are designed to initialize the Kerberos libraries so that
       the other Kerberos routines can function	 properly.  The	 routines  are
       used  to	 contact  a Kerberos server to obtain a ticket-granting ticket
       that can be used by the and routines.  They also initialize  pieces  of
       Kerberos	 library  data.	 To use these routines, the libraries and must
       be linked with your application in the order listed.

       The routines and are designed to provide for the initial authentication
       of an application to another.  They are designed to be used with appli‐
       cations that support "on-the-wire" protocols  in	 which	authentication
       information  can	 be  placed.  The routines and are designed to provide
       for the authentication of and protection against	 the  modification  of
       every message sent between two applications after the initial authenti‐
       cation message.	To use these  routines,	 the  libraries	 and  must  be
       linked with your application in the order listed.

       The  routines  are designed to provide for the mutual authentication of
       two applications after the initial authentication of one application, X
       to  another,  Y.	  To  provide  mutual  authentication, Y's identity is
       proven by the routines to X.  To use these routines, the libraries  and
       must be linked with your application in the order listed.

       The  routines  are  designed to provide both the initial authentication
       that and provide, as well as the mutual authentication of the routines.
       The routines are designed to be used with applications that do not have
       room in the protocols they support for authentication information.   To
       use these routines, the libraries and must be linked with your applica‐
       tion in the order listed.

       The routines are designed to provide information to the user about  the
       Kerberos	 environment.	To  use	 these	routines,  the library must be
       linked with your application.

       The routines are designed to provide support  for  the  above  routines
       with  respect  to Data Encryption Standard (DES) keys.  The routine can
       be used to provide support for the  authentication  of  and  protection
       against the modification of every message sent between two applications
       after the initial authentication message.  It is designed  to  be  used
       only  with  applications that have room in their "on-the-wire" protocol
       for authentication information.	To use	these  routines,  the  library
       must be linked with your application.

       The  routines  are designed allow the user of the Kerberos libraries to
       modify some of the default settings of the Kerberos libraries.  To  use
       these routines, the library must be linked with your application.

       The routines are designed to provide for the creation and use of access
       control lists (ACL).  After an application, X, correctly	 authenticates
       the identity of another, Y, the application X has the ability to assign
       access rights to Y, based on Y's identity.  The routines above  provide
       for  the	 authentication of applications while the routines provide the
       ability to store the access rights associated  with  each  application.
       To  use	these  routines, the library must be linked with your applica‐
       tion.

Files
       See Also
	      All the other Kerberos reference pages:

       acl_check(3krb)
       des_crypt(3krb)
       kerberos(3krb)
       krb_get_lrealm(3krb)
       krb_sendauth(3krb)
       krb_sendmutual(3krb)
       krb_set_tkt_string(3krb)
       krb_svc_init(3krb)
       krb.conf(5krb)
       krb_slaves(5krb)
       krb_dbase(5krb)
       ext_srvtab(8krb)
       kdb_destroy(8krb)
       kdb_edit(8krb)
       kdb_init(8krb)
       kdb_util(8krb)
       kdestroy(8krb)
       kerberos(8krb)
       kinit(8krb)
       klist(8krb)
       kprop(8krb)
       kpropd(8krb)
       kstash(8krb)

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