Does your organization use Kerberos? Why or why not?


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  • amandus
    Doesnt use kerberos because it seems to be difficult to use it.
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  • Genderhayes
    No allows a device to verify its' identity with another device when communicating over a network that is not secure client server style protocol that allows users to log in securely across an insecure Internet connection
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