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JXplorer

JXplorer is a fully functional, mature piece of software with advanced security integration and support for the more difficult and obscure parts of the LDAP protocol. It has been tested and run on Windows, Solaris, Linux, and OS390, and should run on any Java-supporting operating system. It supports standard LDAP operations such as add, delete, copy, and modify, and adds more complex operations such as tree copy and tree delete. It handles complex LDAP cases, including multi-valued RDNS, binary attributes, certificates and passwords, unicode characters, and UTF8 distinguished names (RFC 2253). Complex LDAP searches are supported, and it has full SSL and SASL security, along with a GUI keystore interface and certificate viewer. Standard Java keystore formats are supported, and more may be added using the pluggable security architecture.

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  •  06 Sep 2005 19:15

    Release Notes: This release adds improved SSL and SASL handling (the user can accept new certificates at connection time), client side password hashing, basic GSSAPI support, and numerous GUI, speed, and stability improvements.

    •  10 Nov 2003 09:56

      Release Notes: Improved UTF-8 support, French and German translations, and improved Mac OS X support. Problems with the installation scripts were fixed, and OS-specific packages are now available.

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