"cgipasswd" allows users to change their password by a web interface. supported systems: cgipasswd has been tested with Debian GNU/Linux (potato and woody) and Solaris 7 and should work on other Un*ces with pam support. Systems without pam support are only supported if they use the standard password file location /etc/passwd /etc/shadow and the standard crypt function to encrypt the password. features: + an accessdb against brute force attacks. Users with too many invalid tries can be locked. + The minimum and maximum uid can be set in the configuration file, so you can specify a range of uid's that are allowed to use cgipasswd. + you can specify html files with a few PHP extensions for the login screen and error messages. + you can use a redirect for the error messages, instead of plain html files. cgipasswd is available at: http://www.stafwag.f2s.com/cgipasswd
July 23, 2001
cgipasswd 1.0 released
Author: JT Smith
cgipasswd is a tool that allows users to change their login password via a user-friendly Web interface. Read on for the full announcement.
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