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oidentd patched to also produce tokens a la didentd on request: It lets you specify different types of ident responses (true ID, random fake ID, static fake ID, token, ...) on a per-user per-request (the latter being specified by port [-range] and IP [-range]) basis. In my case, a static fake ID for IRC for the user-ID I IRC with, when connected to port 6667-6669 -- of course that ID would not map to a real account on the machine for security reasons --, and an audit token for all other requests. This is a token (containing source-IP and -port, target-IP and -port, user-ID and a timestamp in encrypted form) that a remote admin can send back to you if they think something fishy is going on. Thus, the audit data are there, but since only you can read them, your users' privacy and system-security are guaranteed, and a request will not result in sensitive data being revealed.

oidentd-1.9.9.1-azou.tar.gz187 KByte2004/03/2312:08


oidentd-1.9.9.1-azou.patch55 KByte2004/03/2312:08