--- Legacy Redefined OuSob - File: /wwwroot/clipx/usr/include/wvstreams/wvpam.h

/* -*- Mode: C++ -*- * Worldvisions Weaver Software: * Copyright (C) 1997-2004 Net Integration Technologies, Inc. * * A WvStream that authenticates with PAM. If WvStreams is compiled without * PAM, it just fails. Note that if you don't check isok, you can still read * and write to the stream - in particular, anything written in the * constructor will go through before authentication begins. * * For now, this only works for PAM modules that don't require any user * interaction (not even a password!), such as ssoya. */ #ifndef __WVPAM_H #define __WVPAM_H #include "wvstringlist.h" #include "wvlog.h" class WvPamData; class WvPam { private: bool init(); WvPamData *d; WvLog log; WvString appname; /** * Log the result of the last PAM step, based on the pam_status flag,and * write a failure message to the cloned stream on error. step is the * name to use in the log message. Returns true if the last step * succeeded, false if it failed. */ bool check_pam_status(WvStringParm step); public: /** * Start up PAM (presumably you will want to call authenticate() * later. */ WvPam(WvStringParm svcname); /** * Start up PAM, and authenticate user from rhost with password */ WvPam(WvStringParm svcname, WvStringParm rhost, WvStringParm user = WvString::null, WvStringParm password = WvString::null); virtual ~WvPam(); /** * Authenticate the user from rhost with password. */ bool authenticate(WvStringParm rhost = WvString::null, WvStringParm user = WvString::null, WvStringParm password = WvString::null); /** * Get the groups that the currently sessioned user is logged * in with */ void getgroups(WvStringList &groups) const; /** * Get the user's name */ WvString getuser() const; /** * Check here to see if the user is validated or not */ WvError err; }; #endif // __WVPAM_H