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  TLS and EXTERNAL authentication for openLDAP
Added by Jose REMY, last edited by Jose REMY on Jun 08, 2007
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Using certificates with openLDAP

Using certificates with openLDAP allows you to encrypt incoming and outgoing traffic, providing the remote client accept your certificate. Using SSL / TLS you can protect PLAIN text password when authenticating clients. In addition you could use information extracted from certificates to authenticate clients.


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