Hi. I have a question related to freebsd opie implementation. I am running 4.9-RELEASE and I've tried to setup opie.
*** 1 *** opiepasswd/opiekey I've added user using `opiepasswd -c "ssa"` mx2# opiepasswd -c "ssa" Adding ssa: Only use this method from the console; NEVER from remote. If you are using telnet, xterm, or a dial-in, type ^C now or exit with no password. Then run opiepasswd without the -c parameter. Using MD5 to compute responses. Enter new secret pass phrase: Again new secret pass phrase: ID ssa OTP key is 499 mx1759 WADE IFFY LAWN MEAD DANG BUB mx2# And now I want to change it mx2# opiepasswd "ssa" Updating ssa: You need the response from an OTP generator. New secret pass phrase: otp-md5 499 mx17 Response: You see that seed equal 'mx17', using opiekey: mx2# opiekey 499 mx17 Using the MD5 algorithm to compute response. Seeds must be greater than 5 characters long. mx2# So it is not possible to update password in /etc/opiekey file, you have to edit it manually and that add password again via 'opiepasswd'. *** 2*** opiekey opiekey could not generate response for zero sequence number when it specified directly: mx2# opiekey -a 0 vo6199 Using the MD5 algorithm to compute response. Sequence number 0 is not positive. but it works fine in case of: mx2# opiekey -n5 1 vo6199 Using the MD5 algorithm to compute response. Reminder: Don't use opiekey from telnet or dial-in sessions. Enter secret pass phrase: 0: OAK SEW CULT FALL AX WAND 1: BOUT AID SOOT BUT SIT BILK mx2# *** 3 *** pam_opie.so, the most interesting thing After successful login with 0 sequence number, trying to do it again (sequence number has been decreased, right?) mx2# ssh [EMAIL PROTECTED] otp-md5 -1 (null) ext Password: Is it impossible to calculate response to '-1' so trying to use any password to skip pam_opie and login with next pam module. But here login hangs and there is _no_way_ to login remotely because pam_opie.so is the top line of pam.conf After about 1-2 minutes timeout it just says "Connection closed by 192.168.90.250" *** 4 *** now just a question (In case of fix) After 0 or 1 seq. number it should recount from the beginning, for example from 499, but I think that seed should be automatically changed in that case for next 500 iterations otherwise that is not one-time-passwords So... I think that is not good ... or am I mistaken? -- Best regards, Sergey _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"