-- TimColles - 03 Dec 2007

Name Wallet
Description A system for managing secure data (e.g. host SSH keys, X.509 certificates, keytabs, etc.) built on top of the remctl protocol.
Unit Infrastructure
End Users Academic Staff, Research Staff, Computing Staff, Research PG Students, Taught PG Students, UG Students
Software Wallet server, wallet client, remctl
Hardware One server - the master KDC
Risk One Person
Review Status Not Reviewed
Review Details


Redundancy RAID 1 disc on server
Connection Authentication Kerberos
Connection Authentication Details (if Other)

Connection Authorization Other
Connection Authorization Details (if Other) remctl ACL's, wallet system internal ACL's of schemes krb5 and krb5-regex
Connection Configuration Management LCFG
Connection Configuration Management Details (if Other)

Connection Visibility Informatics
Connection Visibility Details (if Other)

Connection Supported Clients wallet client
Connection Client Configuration LCFG configured Kerberos app defaults
Backend Authentication Inherited from Connection
Backend Authentication Details (if Other)

Backend Authorization Not Applicable
Backend Authorization Details (if Other)

Backend Configuration Management Not Applicable
Backend Configuration Management Details (if Other)

User Feature Authentication Inherited from Connection
User Feature Authentication Details (if Other)

User Feature Authorization Inherited from Connection
User Feature Authorization Details (if Other)

User Feature Configuration Management Other
User Feature Configuration Management Details (if Other) wallet system internal ACL's
Link to End User Documentation * TBD *
Link to Technical Documentation http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/software/wallet/
Miscellaneous Comments

Topic revision: r2 - 23 Sep 2013 - 14:33:18 - IanDurkacz
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