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Date: Thu Oct 13 04:39:14 2005
From: capegeo at (George Capehart)
Subject: password vaults-

David Royer wrote:
> Sorry for the very noob question, but I'm having very hard times finding
> such products.
>  I have the pleasure and the incredible chance to support generic (shared
> admin) passwords. I'm looking for a commercial product to manage the
> distribution and protection of these passwords. Must be RSA compatible and
> Active Directory (LDAP, to retrieve info and allow access). Also must be
> able to support web (https) for users to log in and get the passwords they
> are allowed to see.
>  Best regards!

OK.  In spite of the fact that this has got to be a troll, I'll bite . .  .

Run from that as fast and as far as you can.  Under /*any*/ 
circumstance, shared passwords are a major no-no.  You're setting 
yourself up for misery . . . And allowing users "to log in and get the 
passwords they are allowed to see"?  Think about that for a while and 
see if you can identify some potential risks there . . .


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