[TriLUG] Network file system.
Fri, 23 Aug 2002 09:01:05 -0400
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Jeremy Portzer [firstname.lastname@example.org] wrote:
> A more complex, but definitely more secure, system is AFS (see=20
> http://www.openafs.org/ ). It relies on kerberos for security, instead=
> trusting the client by IP and UID, as NFS does.
> Also, samba (the Windows-style SMB system) can be made reasonably secure.
> Plenty of real-world environments use AFS (universities are the big
> example) and Samba (thousands of companies).
I've been planning on implementing AFS at home (I'm a masochist).
However, I've not done much research into samba security. When you say
'reasonably secure', can you elaborate? Or give URLs?
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