[standards-jig] SASL Libs

Joe Hildebrand JHildebrand at jabber.com
Thu May 29 22:51:49 UTC 2003


I've got the .Net version (working on it now), unless we find an
already-existant one in the next few days.  All I've found are partial
implementations that are only for SMTP and friends.

-- 
Joe Hildebrand


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> From: Dave Smith [mailto:dizzyd at jabber.org] 
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> Greetings,
> 
> Given the amount of discussion around SASL the last few days, 
> it seems like it would be useful to start building a list of 
> SASL libraries so that client and server devs can start 
> integrating that into their projects. Now, I've heard plenty 
> of people saying that SASL is "easy", which I believe. 
> However, in order to ensure that adoption picks up at the 
> rate we all want it to, it would be good to not require a 
> client developer to read through the SASL and Digest RFC 
> (2222 and 2831 for anyone who is interested) just to get 
> their client authenticated and connected.
> 
> So, who knows of good libs? The only one I know of is the 
> Cyrus-SASL C library. What about python, perl, .NET, COM, etc?
> 
> Diz
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