[KAML] Implementing SAML-AAI/Kerberos

Chen Liang <cliang86@gmail.com> Tue, 20 March 2012 18:42 UTC

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Hi all,

I'm doing research in federated single sign-on. I saw the work of rok Papez
to connecting web and Kerberos single sign-on. The work was presented
in Terena networking conference. However, I can't find any implementation
or any documentation on how to implement the issue.

I'm wondering, has anyone attempted to implement work? If so, where can I
find documentation on it? Any help would be great.


Chen Liang
Dublin Institute of Technology
34, New Bride Street
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Email: chen.liang@dit.ie
Phone: +353-1-4024846

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