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Security between server and client nodes.
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- Subject: Security between server and client nodes.
- From: Jayavant Patil <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2011 14:34:25 +0530
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I am using openLDAP-2.4.19-4 on fedora 12 machine. I want to make server secure from client nodes so that clients don't hack the server node. Hack in the sense that one client doesn't even read the data of another client, client doesn't tamper the server directory information or try to spoof the server.
Does anybody have any suggestions how to avoid these things in openLDAP?
Thanks in advance.
Jayavant Ningoji Patil
Engineer: System Software
Computational Research Laboratories Ltd.