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4. The Kerberos Database Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia
4. The Kerberos Database

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4. The Kerberos Database

4. The Kerberos Database

The Kerberos server must have access to a database containing the principal identifiers and secret keys of principals to be authenticated (The implementation of the Kerberos server need not combine the database and the server on the same machine; it is feasible to store the principal database in, say, a network name service, as long as the entries stored therein are protected from disclosure to and modification by unauthorized parties. However, we recommend against such strategies, as they can make system management and threat analysis quite complex.).

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