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Re: (ITS#6688) OpenLDAP 2.4.23 doesn't enforce ACLs on back-perl subordinate database

mark.cave-ayland@siriusit.co.uk wrote:
> On 09/06/11 00:21, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
>>> An update on this bug report: with a modified slapd.conf and a small
>>> patch to the back-perl module, I can use the ACL mask to ensure that the
>>> perl search function doesn't get invoked if disallowed by the ACLs.
>>> The patch works by creating a "fake" empty entry whose DN is the base of
>>> the search, and then passing this entry into access_allowed() using code
>>> borrowed from one of the other backends to either deny or allow access.
>>> http://pastebin.siriusit.co.uk/perlacl/slapd2.conf
>>> http://pastebin.siriusit.co.uk/perlacl/openldap-backperl-acls.patch
>> These are not accessible.
> Hi Quanah,
> Ah yes indeed - that server was decommissioned last month. I've since
> reinstated the files from a backup onto a new server and updated DNS to
> point to it. Can you verify that you can now download them?

Thanks, got it now. The patch leaks memory. I'll commit a fixed version of it 

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