Modular Access Control System (MACS) is a system for global authentication, authorization, user/group/resource management, and application services.
|Tags||Internet Web Security Clustering/Distributed Networks Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Some serious features were added, including fine-grained profile permissions, high-availability, profile-based groups, and full-on auditing. The usual various and numerous bugfixes were also made. Speed enhancements, documentation improvements, and architectural beautification were done. The feature set is pretty much fixed for 1.0.
Release Notes: This version features lots of new features, an improved core server framework, and other goodies.
Release Notes: This release adds support for SQLite, a small, fast RDBMS that requires no database administration, no database servers to configure, and no ongoing maintenance headaches. By specifying --with-sqlite to the configure script, you can now have MACS up and running in half the time.
Release Notes: This version has a much-improved build and install system.
Release Notes: This release includes a complete overhaul and refactor of server code for additional stability and clarity, and protocol changes to allow servers to handle asynchronous requests over a single socket. The build system now uses GNU autotools. A Java client library and a full test suite were included, and bugfixes, cleanups, and documentation were added. It is expected that this will be the final alpha.