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© 2002 Jonathan Chen
Here's what I've been working on lately:
- Kerberos Challenge Response Authentication Protocol
- This is basically to allow samba encrypted password hash authentication through a kerberos database.
- IDB (Instrumentation Database)
- Scalable Instrumentation and Database Approach to Performance Analysis of Parallel and Object Oriented Scientific Applications: a framework for profiling the performance of parallel and object oriented scientific applications, including a probe library, an automated instrumentation tool, and a data visualization tool.
- CDMA2000 Parallel Simulation
- Writing and running a simulation of the lower levels of the CDMA2000 protocol, with the goal of publication.
- FreeBSD's NEWCARD
- A rewrite of FreeBSD's support for Cardbus and PCCard. Warner Losh does most of the work now, but I'm still somewhat involved.
- Better SASL support for nmh
- Changes to the nmh sources to get more sane SASL support.
- Kerberos 5/GSSAPI patches for elm
- Lets elm authenticate with POP/IMAP servers using GSSAPI and Kerberos 5 tickets.
- mailxp - Integrating mailx with IMAP (and Kerberos of course)
- Some users (Toshi) insists of using mailx when everyone else is moving towards IMAP. So here's a release of BSD mailx that supports IMAP...
- Nagios check_krb5 plugin
- Nagios plugin to check status of Kerberos KDC server
- When I have time, I like to hack on various parts of FreeBSD.
- SSH 1.2.14 for Windows
- You may be looking for an old version of SSH 1.2.14 for Windows that I compiled a while back. I no longer have a copy of the binaries, nor do I know where to get them. In any case, get better versions at freessh.org.
- PAM patches for SSH
- PAM is now integrated in all recent SSH versions I know of.