mod_auth_ibmdb2 is an Apache authentication module using IBM DB2 as the backend database.
Version: 0.8.4mod_auth_ibmdb2 is an Apache authentication module using IBM DB2 as the backend database for storing user and group information. mod_auth_ibmdb2 supports several encryption methods.
License: The Apache License
Operating System: Linux
mod_authnz_ibmdb2 is designed for Apache 2.2.x.
mod_auth_ibmdb2 is designed for Apache 2.0.x and 1.x.
I also provide UDFs for DB2 to generate passwords within DB2. They are compatible to the functions that are used in Apache's htpasswd utility.
Here are some key features of "mod auth ibmdb2":
· runs under Apache 2.2.x (mod_authnz_ibmdb2)
· runs under Apache 1.x and Apache 2.0.x (mod_auth_ibmdb2)
· user authentication:
· normal md5 hash (32 chars as in php)
· seeded md5 value (as generated with Apache's htpasswd utility or as in /etc/shadow)
· plain text
· no password (checks only if user exists)
· if passwords are encrypted, the validation process checks the kind of encryption method
· support for user and group conditions (restricting result set of query)
· caching support for users and groups
· UDFs for DB2 to generate passwords within DB2
· php scripts for importing users to DB2
· man pages
· IBM DB2
What's New in This Release:
· free handle in case of bug 1597078