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Name: libsss_nss_idmap-devel Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.0
Version: 1.16.1 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp150.1.1 Build date: Tue May 15 19:28:31 2018
Group: Development/Libraries/C and C++ Build host: obs-arm-5
Size: 16923 Source RPM: sssd-1.16.1-lp150.1.1.src.rpm
Summary: Development files for the FreeIPA idmap library
A utility library for FreeIPA to map Windows SIDs to Unix user/group IDs.






* Fri Apr 27 2018
  - Update to new minor upstream release 1.16.1 (fate#323340):
    New Features:
    * A new option auto_private_groups was added. If this option is
    enabled, SSSD will automatically create user private groups based
    on user’s UID number. The GID number is ignored in this case.
    * The SSSD smart card integration now supports a special type of PAM
    conversation implemented by GDM which allows the user to select
    the appropriate smrt card certificate in GDM.
    * A new API for accessing user and group information was added.
    This API is similar to the tradiional Name Service Switch API, but
    allows the consumer to talk to SSSD directly as well as to
    fine-tune the query with e.g. how cache should be evaluated.
    * The sssctl command line tool gained a new command access-report,
    which can generate who can access the client machine. Currently
    only generating the report on an IPA client based on HBAC rules
    is supported.
    * The hostid provider was moved from the IPA specific code to
    the generic LDAP code. This allows SSH host keys to be access by
    the generic LDAP provider as well. See the ldap_host_* options in
    the sssd-ldap manual page for more details.
    * Setting the memcache_timeout option to 0 disabled creating
    the memory cache files altogether. This can be useful in cases
    there is a bug in the memory cache that needs working around.
* Tue Apr 24 2018
  - Updated sssd.spec:
    The IPA provider depends on AD provider's PAC executable, hence
    introducing the package dependency. (bsc#1021441, bsc#1062124)
* Tue Feb 27 2018
  - Remove package descriptions for the python 2 packages that are
    no longer distributed:
    * python-ipa_hbac
    * python-sss-murmur
    * python-sss_nss_idmap
    * python-sssd-config
  - Correct python version dependency of tools package. (bsc#1082108)
* Mon Dec 04 2017
  - Correct dependency of sss_obfuscate command line program.
* Fri Dec 01 2017
  - In an ongoing effort to reduce dependency on python version 2,
    the following python libraries are no longer built. Nevertheless
    their python3 counterparts remain in place:
    * python-ipa_hbac
    * python-sss-murmur
    * python-sss_nss_idmap
    * python-sssd-config
* Mon Oct 23 2017
  - Update to new upstream release 1.16.0
    Security fixes
    * This release fixes CVE-2017-12173: Unsanitized input when searching in
    local cache database. SSSD stores its cached data in an LDAP like local
    database file using libldb. To lookup cached data LDAP search filters
    like (objectClass=user)(name=user_name) are used. However, in
    sysdb_search_user_by_upn_res(), the input was not sanitized and
    allowed to manipulate the search filter for cache lookups. This would
    allow a logged in user to discover the password hash of a different user.
    New Features
    * SSSD now supports session recording configuration through tlog. This
    feature enables recording of everything specific users see or type
    during their sessions on a text terminal. For more information, see
    the sssd-session-recording(5) manual page.
    * SSSD can act as a client agent to deliver
    Fleet Commander <>
    policies defined on an IPA server. Fleet Commander provides a
    configuration management interface that is controlled centrally and
    that covers desktop, applications and network configuration.
    * Several new systemtap <> probes
    were added into various locations in SSSD code to assist in
    troubleshooting and analyzing performance related issues. Please see the
    sssd-systemtap(5) manual page for more information.
    * A new LDAP provide access control mechanism that allows to restrict
    access based on PAM's rhost data field was added. For more details,
    please consult the sssd-ldap(5) manual page, in particular the
    options ldap_user_authorized_rhost and the rhost value of
* Tue Jul 25 2017
  - Update to new upstream release 1.15.3 (KCM disabled)
    New Features
    * In a setup where an IPA domain trusts an Active Directory domain,
      it is now possible to define the domain resolution order
    * Design page - Shortnames in trusted domains <>
    * SSSD ships with a new service called KCM. This service acts as a
      storage for Kerberos tickets when "libkrb5" is configured to use
      "KCM:" in "krb5.conf".
    * Design page - KCM server for SSSD <>
    * NOTE: There are several known issues in the "KCM" responder that
      will be handled in the next release.
    * Support for user and group resolution through the D-Bus interface and
      authentication and/or authorization through the PAM interface even
      for setups without UIDs or Windows SIDs present on the LDAP directory
      side. This enhancement allows SSSD to be used together with apache
      modules <> to provide
      identities for applications
    * Design page - Support for non-POSIX users and groups <>
    * SSSD ships a new public library called "libsss_certmap" that allows
      a flexible and configurable way of mapping a certificate to a user
    * Design page - Matching and Mapping Certificates <>
    * The Kerberos locator plugin can be disabled using an environment variable
      "SSSD_KRB5_LOCATOR_DISABLE". Please refer to the
      "sssd_krb5_locator_plugin" manual page for mode details.
    * The "sssctl" command line tool supports a new command "user-checks"
      that enables the administrator to check whether a certain user should be
      allowed or denied access to a certain PAM service.
    * The "secrets" responder now forwards requests to a proxy Custodia
      back end over a secure channel.
* Thu Mar 16 2017
  - Introduce mandatory runtime requirement "cyrus-sasl-gssapi" to
    krb5-common sub-package. Address bsc#1024836.
* Wed Mar 15 2017
  - Update to new upstream release 1.15.2
    * It is now possible to configure certain parameters of a
      trusted domain in a configuration file sub-section.
    * Several issues related to socket-activating the NSS service,
      especially if SSSD was configured to use a non-privileged
      userm were fixed. The NSS service now does not change the
      ownership of its log files to avoid triggering a name-service
      lookup while the NSS service is not running yet.
      Additionally, the NSS service is started before any other
      service to make sure username resolution works and the other
      service can resolve the SSSD user correctly.
    * A new option "cache_first" allows the administrator to change
      the way multiple domains are searched. When this option is
      enabled, SSSD will first try to "pin" the requested name or
      ID to a domain by searching the entries that are already
      cached and contact the domain that contains the cached entry
      first. Previously, SSSD would check the cache and the remote
      server for each domain. This option brings performance
      benefit for setups that use multiple domains (even
      auto-discovered trusted domains), especially for ID lookups
      that would previously iterate over all domains. Please note
      that this option must be enabled with care as the
      administrator must ensure that the ID space of domains does
      not overlap.
    * The SSSD D-Bus interface gained two new methods:
      "FindByNameAndCertificate" and "ListByCertificate". These
      methods will be used primarily by IPA and
      <> to
      correctly match multple users who use the same certificate
      for Smart Card login.
    * A bug where SSSD did not properly sanitize a username with a
      newline character in it was fixed.
* Sat Mar 11 2017
  - Switch *all* URLs after retirement
* Sat Mar 04 2017
  - Updated project URL
  - Update to new upstream release 1.15.1
    * Several issues related to starting the SSSD services on-demand via
      socket activation were fixed. In particular, it is no longer possible
      to have a service started both by sssd and socket-activated. Another
      bug which might have caused the responder to start before SSSD started
      and cause issues especially on system startup was fixed.
    * A new 'files' provider was added. This provider mirrors the contents
      of '/etc/passwd' and '/etc/shadow' into the SSSD database. The purpose
      of this new provider is to make it possible to use SSSD's interfaces,
      such as the D-Bus interface for local users and enable leveraging the
      in-memory fast cache for local users as well, as a replacement for `nscd`.
      In future, we intend to extend the D-Bus interface to also provide setting
      and retrieving additional custom attributes for the files users.
    * SSSD now autogenerates a fallback configuration that enables the
      files domain if no SSSD configuration exists. This allows distributions
      to enable the 'sssd' service when the SSSD package is installed. Please
      note that SSSD must be build with the configuration option
      '--enable-files-domain' for this functionality to be enabled.
    * Support for public-key authentication with Kerberos (PKINIT) was
      added. This support will enable users who authenticate with a Smart Card
      to obtain a Kerberos ticket during authentication.
* Sat Feb 18 2017
  - Remove obsolete insserv call
* Wed Feb 08 2017
  - Added /etc/sssd/conf.d/ for configuration snippets
* Wed Jan 25 2017
  - Removed 0001-krb5-1.15-build-fix.patch obsoleted by upstream update
  - Update to new upstream release 1.15.0
    * SSSD now allows the responders to be activated by the systemd service
      manager and exit when idle. This means the services line in sssd.conf is
      optional and the responders can be started on-demand, simplifying the sssd
      configuration. Please note that this change is backwards-compatible and
      the responders listed explicitly in sssd.conf's services line are managed
      by sssd in the same manner as in previous releases. Please refer to man
      sssd.conf(5) for more information
    * The sudo provider is no longer disabled for configurations that do not
      explicitly include the sudo responder in the services list. In order to
      disable the sudo-related back end code that executes the periodic LDAP
      queries, set the sudo_provider to none explicitly
    * The watchdog signal handler no longer uses signal-unsafe functions. This
      bug was causing a deadlock in case the watchdog was about to kill a
      stuck process
    * A bug that prevented TLS to be set up correctly on systems where libldap
      links with GnuTLS was fixed
    * The functionality to alter SSSD configuration through the D-Bus interface
      provided by the IFP responder was removed. This functionality was not used to
      the best of our knowledge, had no tests and prevented the InfoPipe responder
      from running as a non-privileged user.
    * A bug that prevented statically-linked applications from using libnss_sss
      was fixed by removing dependency on -lpthreads from the libnss_sss library
      (please see for
      an example on why linking with -lpthread from an NSS modules is problematic)
    * Previously, SSSD did not ignore GPOs that were missing the
      gPCFunctionalityVersion attribute and failed the whole GPO
      processing. Starting with this version, the GPOs without the
      gPCFunctionalityVersion are skipped.
* Mon Dec 12 2016
  - BuildRequire pkgconfig(libsystemd) instead of
    pkgconfig(libsystemd-login): the latter has been deprecated since
    systemd 209 and finally removed with systemd 230.
* Wed Dec 07 2016
  - Add 0001-krb5-1.15-build-fix.patch to unlock building
    against future KRB versions.
* Wed Oct 19 2016
  - Update to new upstream release 1.14.2
    * Several more regressions caused by cache refactoring to use qualified
      names internally were fixed, including a regression that prevented the
      krb5_map_user option from working correctly.
    * A regression when logging in with a smart card using the GDM login manager
      was fixed
    * SSSD now removes the internal timestamp on startup cache when the
      persistent cache is removed. This enables admins to follow their existing
      workflow of just removing the persistent cache and start from a fresh slate
    * Several fixes to the sssd-secrets responder are present in this release
    * A bug in the autofs responder that prevented automounter maps from being
      returned when sssd_be was offline was fixed
    * A similar bug in the NSS responder that prevented netgroups from being
      returned when sssd_be was offline was fixed
    * Disabling the netlink integration can now be done with a new option
      disable_netlink. Previously, the netlink integration could be disabled with
      a sssd command line switch, which is being deprecated in this release.
    * The internal watchdog no longer kills sssd processes in case time shifts
      during sssd runtime
    * The fail over code is able to cope with concurrent SRV resolution
      requests better in this release
    * The proxy provider gained a new option proxy_max_children that allows the
      administrator to control the maximum number of child helper processes that
      authenticate users with auth_provider=proxy
    * The InfoPipe D-Bus responder exports the UUIDs of user and group objects
      through a uniqueID property
* Fri Aug 19 2016
  - Update to new upstream release 1.14.1
    * The IPA provider now supports logins with enterprise principals (also
    known as additional UPN suffixes). This functionality also enabled Active
    Directory users from trusted AD domains who use an additional UPN suffix
    to log in. Please note that this feature requires a recent IPA server.
    * When a user name is overriden in an IPA domain, resolving a group these
    users are a member of now returns the overriden user names
    * Users can be looked up by and log in with their e-mail address as an
    identifier. In order to do so, an attribute that represents the user's
    e-mail address is fetched by default. This attribute can by customized
    by setting the ldap_user_email configuration option.
    * A new ad_enabled_domains option was added. This option lets the
    administrator select domains that SSSD should attempt to reach in the
    AD forest SSSD is joined to. This option is useful for deployments where
    not all domains are reachable on the network level, yet the administrator
    needs to access some trusted domains and therefore disabling the subdomains
    provider completely is not desirable.
    * The sssctl tool has two new commands active-server and servers that
    allow the administrator to observe the server that SSSD is bound to and
    the servers that SSSD autodiscovered
    * SSSD used to fail to start when an attribute name is present in both
    the default SSSD attribute map and the custom ldap_user_extra_attrs map
    * GPO policy procesing no longer fails if the gPCMachineExtensionNames
    attribute only contains whitespaces
    * Several commits fix regressions related to switching all user and group
    names to fully qualified format, such as running initgroups for a user
    who is only a member of a primary group
    * Several patches fix regressions caused by splitting the database into
    two ldb files, such as when user attributes change without increasing
    the modifyTimestamp attribute value
    * systemd unit files are now shipped for the sssd-secrets responder,
    allowing the responder to be socket-activated. To do so, administrators
    should enable the sssd-secrets.socket and sssd-secrets.service systemd
    * The sssd binary has a new switch --disable-netlink that lets sssd skip
    messages from the kernel's netlink interface.
    * A crash when entries with special characters such as '(' were requested
    was fixed
    * The ldap_rfc_2307_fallback_to_local_users option was broken in the
    previous version. This release fixes the functionality.
* Fri Jul 08 2016
  - Update to new upstream release 1.14.0
    * The AD provider is now able to look up users from Active
    Directory domains by certificate. This change enables logins for
    Active Directory users with the help of a smart card.
    * The sss_override tool is now able to add certificates as local
    overrides in the SSSD cache. Please note that the certificate
    overrides are stored in the local cache, so removing the cache
    also removes all the certificates!
    * Invalid certificates are skipped instead of aborting the whole
    operation when logging in with a smart card using SSH.
    * This version allows several OCSP-related options such as the OCSP
    responder to be configured during smart card authentication.
    * SSSD is now able to determine the name of the user who logs in
    from the inserted smart card without having to type in the
    username. Note that this functionality must be enabled with the
    allow_missing_name pam_sss option.
    * The sss_cache command line tool is now able to invalidate SUDO
    rules with its new -r/-R switches. Note that the sudo rules ar
    not refreshed with the sss_cache tool immediately.
    * A new command line tool called sssctl was added. This tool
    allows to observe the status of SSSD.
    * A new option local_negative_timeout was added. This option
    allows the admin to specify the time during which lookups for
    users that are not handled by SSSD but are present on the
    system (typically in /etc/passwd and /etc/group) and prevents
    repeated lookups of local users on the remote server during
    initgroups operation.
    * An ID-mapping plugin for the winbind deamon was added. With
    this plugin, it's possible for winbind to use the same
    ID-mapping scheme as SSSD uses, producing consistent ID values.
  - Remove 0001-build-detect-endianness-at-configure-time.patch
    (included upstream)
* Mon Apr 18 2016
  - Enable PAC responder.
    PAC is an extension element returned by domain controller, to speed
    up resolution of authorisation data such as group memberships.
* Thu Apr 14 2016
  - Update to new upstream release 1.13.4
    * The IPA sudo provider was reimplemented. The new version reads the
      data from IPA's LDAP tree (as opposed to the compat tree populated by
      the slapi-nis plugin that was used previously). The benefit is that
      deployments which don't require the compat tree for other purposes,
      such as support for non-SSSD clients can disable those autogenerated
      LDAP trees to conserve resources that slapi-nis otherwise requires. There
      should be no visible changes to the end user.
    * SSSD now has the ability to renew the machine credentials (keytabs)
      when the ad provider is used. Please note that a recent version of
      the adcli (0.8 or newer) package is required for this feature to work.
    * The automatic ID mapping feature was improved so that the administrator
      is no longer required to manually set the range size in case a RID in
      the AD domain is larger than the default range size
    * A potential infinite loop in the NFS ID mapping plugin that was
      resulting in an excessive memory usage was fixed
    * Clients that are pinned to a particular AD site using the ad_site
      option no longer communicate with DCs outside that site during service
    * The IPA identity provider is now able to resolve external
      (typically coming from a trusted AD forest) group members during
      get-group-information requests. Please note that resolving external
      group memberships for AD users during the initgroup requests used to
      work even prior to this update. This feature is mostly useful for cases
      where an IPA client is using the compat tree to resolve AD trust users.
    * The IPA ID views feature now works correctly even for deployments
      without a trust relationship. Previously, the subdomains IPA provider
      failed to read the views data if no master domain record was created
      on the IPA server during trust establishment.
    * A race condition in the client libraries between the SSSD closing
      the socket as idle and the client application using the socket was
      fixed. This bug manifested with a Broken Pipe error message on the
    * SSSD is now able to resolve users with the same usernames in different
      OUs of an AD domain
    * The smartcard authentication now works properly with gnome-screensaver
* Wed Feb 10 2016
  - Enable internal testsuite
* Wed Dec 16 2015
  - Update to new maintenance release 1.13.3
    * A bug that prevented user lookups and logins after migration from
    winsync to IPA-AD trusts was fixed.
    * A bug that prevented the ignore_group_members option from working
    correctly in AD provider setups that use a dedicated primary
    group (as opposed to a user-private group) was fixed.
    * Offline detection and offline login timeouts were improved for AD
    users logging in from a domain trusted by an IPA server.
    * The AD provider supports setting up autofs_provider=ad .
* Fri Nov 20 2015
  - Update to new upstream release 1.13.2
    * Initial support for Smart Card authentication was added.
    * The PAM prompting was enhanced so that when Two-Factor
    Authentication is used, both factors (password and token) can be
    entered separately on separate prompts.
    * This release supports authenticating againt a KDC proxy.
* Wed Sep 30 2015
  - Update to new upstream release 1.13.1
    * Initial support for Smart Card authentication was added. The
    feature can be activated with the new pam_cert_auth option.
    * The PAM prompting was enhanced so that when Two-Factor
    Authentication is used, both factors (password and token) can
    be entered separately on separate prompts. At the same time,
    only the long-term password is cached, so offline access would
    still work using the long term password.
    * A new command line tool sss_override is present in this
    release. The tools allows to override attributes on the SSSD
    side. It's helpful in environment where e.g. some hosts need to
    have a different view of POSIX attributes than others. Please
    note that the overrides are stored in the cache as well, so
    removing the cache will also remove the overrides.
    * Several enhancements to the dynamic DNS update code. Notably,
    clients that update multiple interfaces work better with this
    * This release supports authenticating againt a KDC proxy
    * The fail over code was enhanced so that if a trusted domain is
    not reachable, only that domain will be marked as inactive but
    the backed would stay in online mode.
* Thu Aug 20 2015
  - Update to new upstream release 1.13
    * Support for separate prompts when using two-factor authentication
    * Added support for one-way trusts between an IPA and Active
    Directory environment. (Depends on IPA 4.2)
    * The fast memory cache now also supports the initgroups operation.
    * The PAM responder is now capable of caching authentication for
    configurable period, which might reduce server load in cases
    where accounts authenticate very frequently.
    Refer to the "cached_auth_timeout" option in sssd.conf(5).
    * The Active Directory provider has changed the default value of
    the "ad_gpo_access_control" option from permissive to enforcing.
    As a consequence, the GPO access control now affects all clients
    that set access_provider to ad. In order to restore the previous
    behaviour, set ad_gpo_access_control to permissive or use a
    different access_provider type.
    * Group Policy objects defined in a different AD domain that the
    computer object is defined in are now supported.
    * Credential caching and Offline authentication are also available
    when using two-factor authentication
    * The Python bindings are now built for both Python2 and Python3.
    * The LDAP bind timeout, StartTLS timeout and password change
    timeout are now configurable using the ldap_opt_timeout option.
* Wed Aug 12 2015
  - Kill unused libsss_sudo-devel solvable.
* Tue Aug 11 2015
  - Obsolete/provide libsss_sudo in sssd main package.
    Sudo capability is an integral feature in SSSD and the library
    is not supposed to be used separately.
* Thu Jun 25 2015
  - sssd.service: add Before= and
    correct fix for bsc#926961
* Sun Jun 14 2015
  - Update to new upstream release 1.12.5
    * The background refresh tasks now supports refreshing users and
    groups as well. See the "refresh_expired_interval" parameter in
    the sssd.conf manpage.
    * A new option subdomain_inherit was added.
    * When an expired account attempts to log in, a configurable
    error message can be displayed with sufficient pam_verbosity
    setting. See the "pam_account_expired_message" option.
    * OpenLDAP ppolicy can be honored even when an alternate login
    method (such as SSH key) is used. See the "ldap_access_order"
    * A new option :krb5_map_user" was added, allowing the admin to
    map UNIX usernames to Kerberos principals.
    * BUG FIXES:
    * Fixed AD-specific bugs that resulted in the incorrect set of
    groups being displayed after the initgroups operation.
    * Fixes related to the IPA ID views feature. Setups using this
    should update sssd on both IPA servers and clients.
    * The AD provider now handles binary GUIDs correctly.
    * A bug that prevented the `ignore_group_members` parameter to be
    used with the AD provider was fixed.
    * The failover code now reads and honors TTL value for SRV
    queries as well.
    * Race condition between setting the timeout in the back ends and
    reading it in the front end during initgroup operation was
    fixed. This bug affected applications that perform the
    initgroups(3) operation in multiple processes simultaneously.
    * Setups that only want to use the domain SSSD is connected to,
    but not the autodiscovered trusted domains by setting
    `subdomains_provider=none` now work correctly as long as the
    domain SID is set manually in the config file.
    * In case only "allow" rules are used, the simple access provider
    is now able to skip unresolvable groups.
    * The GPO access control code now handles situations where user
    and computer objects were in different domains.
* Thu Feb 19 2015
  - Update to new upstream release 1.12.4 (Changelog highlights following)
    * This is mostly a bug fixing release with only minor enhancements
    visible to the end user.
    * Contains many fixes and enhancements related to the ID views
    functionality of FreeIPA servers.
    * Several fixes related to retrieving AD group membership in an
    IPA-AD trust scenario.
    * Fixes a bug where the GPO access control previously didn't work
    at all if debugging was enabled in smb.conf.
    * SSSD can now be pinned to a particular AD site instead of
    autodiscovering the site.
    * A regression that caused setting the SELinux context for IPA users
    to fail, was fixed.
    * Fixed a potential crash caused by a double-free error when an SSSD
    service was killed by the monitor process.
* Mon Feb 16 2015 howard@localhost
  - A minor rpmspec cleanup to get rid of five rpmlint warnings
    * Remove mentioning of system-wide dbus configuration file from comments.
    * Remove traditional init script.
    * Remove compatibility for producing packages on older OpenSUSE releases.
* Thu Jan 08 2015
  - Update to new upstream release 1.12.3
    * SSSD now allows the IPA client to move from one ID view to
    another after SSSD restart.
    * It is possible to apply ID views to IPA domains as well.
    Previous SSSD versions only allowed views to be applied to AD
    trusted domains.
    * Overriding SSH public keys is supported in this release.
    * Move semanage related functions to a separate library.
* Thu Jan 01 2015
  - build with PIE
* Mon Nov 10 2014 Led <>
  - fix bashism in postun script
* Thu Oct 30 2014
  - Update to new upstream release 1.12.2 (bugfix release, bnc#900159)
    * Fixed a regression where the IPA provider did not fetch User
    Private Groups correctly
    * An important bug in the GPO access control which resulted in a
    wrong principal being used, was fixed.
    * Several new options are available for deployments that need to
    restrict a certain PAM service from connecting to a certain SSSD
    domain. For more details, see the description of
    pam_trusted_users and pam_public_domains options in the
    sssd.conf(5) man page and the domains option in the pam_sss(8)
    man page.
    * When SSSD is acting as an IPA client in setup with trusted AD
    domains, it is able to return group members or full group
    memberships for users from trusted AD domains.
    * Support for the "views" feature of IPA.
  - Remove 0001-build-call-AC_BUILD_AUX_DIR-before-anything-else.patch
    (merged upstream)
* Sat Oct 11 2014
  - Add 0001-build-call-AC_BUILD_AUX_DIR-before-anything-else.patch
    to workaround bad autoconf invocation
* Sat Oct 11 2014
  - 0001-build-detect-endianness-at-configure-time.patch
    Correct defective endianness test.
* Mon Oct 06 2014
  - Update to new upstream release 1.12.1
    * The GPO access control was further enhanced to allow the access
    control decisions while offline and map the Windows logon
    rights onto Linux PAM services.
    * The SSSD now ships a plugin for the rpc.idmapd daemon,
    * A MIT Kerberos localauth plugin was added to SSSD. This plugin
    helps translating principals to user names in IPA-AD trust
    scenarios, allowing the krb5.conf configuration to be less
    * A libwbclient plugin implementation is now part of the SSSD.
    The main purpose is to map Active Directory users and groups
    identified by their SID to POSIX users and groups for the
    file-server use-case.
    * Active Directory users ca nnow use their User Logon Name to log
    * The sss_cache tool was enhanced to allow invalidating the SSH
    host keys.
    * Groups without full POSIX information can now be used to enroll
    group membership (CVE-2014-0249).
    * Detection of transition from offline to online state was
    improved, resulting in fewer timeouts when SSSD is offline.
    * The Active Directory provider now correctly detects Windows
    Server 2012 R2. Previous versions would fall back to the slower
    non-AD path with 2012 R2.
    * Several other bugs related to deployments where SSSD is acting
    as an AD client were fixed.
* Fri Aug 22 2014
  - The utility sss_obfuscate uses the Python module pysss, so add a
    dependency on python-sssd-config to sssd-tools (bnc#890242)
* Sun Aug 10 2014
  - Update to new upstream release 1.12.0
    * A new responder, called InfoPipe was added. This responder
    provides a public D-Bus interface accessible over the system bus.
    In this release, methods for retrieving user attributes and list
    of groups were added as well as objects representing SSSD domains
    and processes. (The next 1.12.x releases will publish objects
    representing users and groups, too.)
    * SSSD provides an ID-mapping plugin for cifs-utils so that Windows
    SIDs can be mapped onto POSIX IDs and/or names without requiring
    Winbind and using the same code as the SSSD uses for identity
    * First phase of Group Policy-based access control for the AD
    provider was added. At the moment, the gpo-ldap component that
    downloads the list of GPOs that apply for the specific client has
    been implemented as well as the gpo-smb component that retrieves
    the group policy files and determines the access control check
    results based on those files. Future improvements will focus on
    storing the GPO policies as local files and mapping the Windows
    logon rights onto Linux PAM services.
    * Added a new library called sss_sifp that provides a simple
    synchronous API for communication with our new InfoPipe responder
    over the system bus.
  - Remove
    (merged upstream)
  - Provide "rcsssd" in systemd environments
  - Ensure sssd is always startable by removing /var/lib/sss/db/*.ldb
    on package installation so as to avoid potentially cache
    format incompatibility which would cause sssd to exit
* Thu Jun 12 2014
  - fix %postun to not erroneously remove sss pam module
* Tue May 27 2014
  - Switch to libnl-3 so we can get rid of libnl-1.
* Sat May 24 2014
  - Redo 0001-build-detect-endianness-at-configure-time.patch to be -p1
  - Add
    to resolve runtime loading problems
    ( )
* Tue May 13 2014
  - bnc#877457 - 78 Configuration file /usr/lib/systemd/system/sssd.service is marked executable.
    Please remove executable permission bits.
* Tue May 06 2014
  - Detect endianness at configure time, for use by Samba's byteorder.h header;
    + 0001-build-detect-endianness-at-configure-time.patch
* Tue Apr 29 2014
  - Update to new upstream release
    * sssd crashes after upgrade from 1.11.4 to 1.11.5 when using a samba4 domain
    * SSSD pam module accepts usernames with leading spaces
    * [RFE] Expose the list of trusted domains to IPA
    * If both IPA and LDAP are set up with enumeration on, two enum tasks are running
    * sssd.conf man pages don't list a configuration option.
    * Make SSSD compilable on systems with non-standard paths to krb5 includes
    * [freebsd] pam_sss: add ignore_unknown_user option
    * MAN: Remove misleading memberof example from ldap_access_filter example
    * not retrieving homedirs of AD users with posix attributes
    * Document that `sssd` cache needs to be cleared manually, if ID mapping configuration changes
    * Check IPA idranges before saving them to the cache
    * Evaluate usage of sudo LDAP provider together with the AD provider
    * Setting int option to 0 yields the default value
    * ipa-server-mode: Use lower-case user name component in home dir path
    * SSSD Does not cache SELinux map from FreeIPA correctly
    * IPA SELinux code looks for the host in the wrong sysdb subdir when a trusted user logs in
    * sssd fails to handle expired passwords when OTP is used
    * Add another Kerberos error code to trigger IPA password migration
    * Double OK when starting the service
    * SSSD should create the SELinux mapping file with format expected by pam_selinux
    * Valgrind: Invalid read of int while processing netgroup
    * other subdomains are unavailable when joined to a subdomain in the ad forest
    * Error during password change
    * configure time variables not expanded when running ./configure
    * RHEL7 IPA selinuxusermap hbac rule not always matching
* Fri Mar 07 2014
  - Update to new upstream release 1.11.4
    * The simple access provider supports specifying users and groups
    using their NetBIOS domain name (such as DOMAIN\username)
    * Support for enumerating users and groups from trusted AD domains
    was added to the AD provider
    * The Active Directory site discovery was made more robust for
    configurations which use multiple trusted domains
    * Several bugs in the LDAP provider that affected setups which
    mapped Windows SIDs to POSIX IDs were fixed
    * The SSSD is now able to use One Time Password (OTP)
    authentication configured on an IPA server.
* Fri Dec 20 2013
  - Update to new upstream release 1.11.3
    * The AD provider is able to resolve group memberships for groups
    with Global and Universal scope
    * The initgroups (get groups for user) operation for users from
    trusted AD domains was made more reliable by reading the required
    tokenGroups attribute from LDAP instead of Global Catalog
    * A new option ad_enable_gc was added to the AD provider. This
    option allows the administrator to force SSSD to talk to LDAP
    port only and never try the Global Catalog
    * The AD provider is now able to leverage the tokenGroups attribute
    even when POSIX attributes are used, providing better performance
    during logins.
    * A memory leak in the NSS responder that affected long-lived
    clients that requested netgroup data was fixed
  - Remove sssd-ldflags.diff (merged upstream)
* Thu Nov 28 2013
  - Migrate deprecated krb5_kdcip variable to krb5_server (bnc#851048)
* Fri Nov 01 2013
  - Update to new upstream release 1.11.2
    * A new option ad_access_filter was added. This option allows the
    administrator to easily configure LDAP search filter that the users
    logging in must match in order to be granted access.
    * The Kerberos provider will no longer try to create public
    directories when evaluating the krb5_ccachedir option.
  - Remove 0005-implicit-decl.diff (merged upstream)
* Tue Sep 03 2013
  - Update to new upstream release 1.11.0
    * The sudo integration was made more robust. SSSD is now able to
    gracefully handle situations where it is not able to resolve the
    client host name or sudo rules have multiple name attributes.
    * Several nested group membership bugs were fixed
    * The PAC responder was made more robust and efficient, modifying
    existing cache entries instead of always recreating them.
    * The Kerberos provider now supports the new KEYRING ccache type.
  - Remove sssd-no-ldb-check.diff, now implemented through a
    configure argument --disable-ldb-version-check
* Sun Jun 16 2013
  - Explicitly formulate SASL BuildRequires
* Thu May 02 2013
  - Update to new upstream release 1.9.5
    * Includes a fix for CVE-2013-0287: A simple access provider flaw
    prevents intended ACL use when SSSD is configured as an Active
    Directory client.
    * Fixed spurious password expiration warning that was printed on
    login with the Kerberos back end.
    * A new option ldap_rfc2307_fallback_to_local_users was added. If
    this option is set to true, SSSD is be able to resolve local
    group members of LDAP groups.
    * Fixed an indexing bug that prevented the contents of autofs maps
    from being returned to the automounter deamon in case the map
    contained a large number of entries.
    * Several fixes for safer handling of Kerberos credential caches
    for cases where the ccache is set to be stored in a DIR: type.
  - Remove Provide-a-be_get_account_info_send-function.patch,
    (CVE-2013-0287 material is in upstream),
    sssd-sysdb-binary-attrs.diff (merged upstream)
* Fri Apr 05 2013
  - Implement signature verification
* Wed Mar 20 2013
  - Fixed security issue: CVE-2013-0287 (bnc#809153):
    When SSSD is configured as an Active Directory client by using
    the new Active Directory provider or equivalent configuration
    of the LDAP provider, the Simple Access Provider does not
    handle access control correctly.  If any groups are specified
    with the simple_deny_groups option, the group members are
    permitted access. New patches:
    * Provide-a-be_get_account_info_send-function.patch
    * Add-unit-tests-for-simple-access-test-by-groups.patch
    * Do-not-compile-main-in-DP-if-UNIT_TESTING-is-defined.patch
    * Resolve-GIDs-in-the-simple-access-provider.patch
* Tue Feb 26 2013
  - Resolve user retrieval problems when encountering binary data
    in LDAP attributes (bnc#806078),
    added sssd-sysdb-binary-attrs.diff
  - Added sssd-no-ldb-check.diff so that SSSD continues to start
    even after an LDB update.
* Fri Feb 08 2013
  - fix package name in baselibs.conf (bnc#796423)
* Thu Jan 31 2013
  - update to 1.9.4 (bnc#801036):
    * A security bug assigned CVE-2013-0219 was fixed - TOCTOU race
      conditions when creating or removing home directories for users
      in local domain
    * A security bug assigned CVE-2013-0220 was fixed - out-of-bounds
      reads in autofs and ssh responder
    * The sssd_pam responder processes pending requests after
    * A serious memory leak in the NSS responder was fixed
    * Requests that were processing group entries with DNs pointing
      out of any configured search bases were not terminated
      correctly, causing long timeouts
    * Kerberos tickets are correctly renewed even after SSSD daemon
    * Multiple fixes related to SUDO integration, in particular
      fixing functionality when the sssd back end process was
      changing its online/offline status
    * The pwd_exp_warning option was fixed to function as documented
      in the manual page
  - refreshed sssd-ldflags.diff to apply cleanly
* Mon Dec 10 2012
  - Removed left-over "Requires" for no longer existing sssd-client
  - New patch: sssd-ldflags.diff to fix link failures due to erroneous
    LDFLAGS usage
* Thu Dec 06 2012
  - Switch back to using libcrypto instead of mozilla-nss as it seems
    to be supported upstream again, cf.
  - Cleanup PAM configuration after uninstalling sssd (bnc#788328)
* Thu Dec 06 2012
  - Update to new upstream release 1.9.3
    * Many fixes related to deployments where the SSSD is running as
    a client of IPA server with trust relation established with an
    Active Directory server
    * Multiple fixes related to correct reporting of group
    memberships, especially in setups that use nested groups
    * Fixed a bug that prevented upgrade from the 1.8 series if the
    cache contained nested groups before the upgrade
    * Restarting the responders is more robust for cases where the
    machine is under heavy load during back end restart
    * The default_shell option can now be also set per-domain in
    addition to global setting.
* Sat Nov 10 2012
  - Update to new upstream release 1.9.2
    * Users or groups from trusted domains can be retrieved by UID or
    GID as well
    * Several fixes that mitigate file descriptor leak during logins
    * SSH host keys are also removed from the cache after being
    removed from the server
    * Fix intermittent crash in responders if the responder was
    shutting down while requests were still pending
    * Catch an error condition that might have caused a tight loop in
    the sssd_nss process while refreshing expired enumeration request
    * Fixed memory hierarchy of subdomains discovery requests that
    caused use-after-free access bugs
    * The krb5_child and ldap_child processes can print libkrb5 tracing
    information in the debug logs
* Wed Jun 27 2012
  - Update to new upstream release 1.8.93 (1.9.0~beta3)
    * Add native support for autofs to the IPA provider
    * Support for id mapping when connecting to Active Directory
    * Support for handling very large (> 1500 users) groups in
    Active Directory
    * Add a new fast in-memory cache to speed up lookups of cached data
    on repeated requests
    * Add support for the Kerberos DIR cache for storing multiple TGTs
    * Add a new PAC responder for dealing with cross-realm Kerberos
    * Terminate idle connections to the NSS and PAM responders
* Thu May 10 2012
  - Update to new upstream release 1.8.3
    * LDAP: Handle situations where the RootDSE is not available
    * LDAP: Fix regression for users using non-standard LDAP attributes
    for user information
  - Switch from openssl to mozilla-nss, as this is the officially
    supported crypto integration
* Fri Apr 13 2012
  - Fix build error on SLES 11 builds
* Tue Apr 10 2012
  - Add suse_version condition for glib over libunistring for
    SLES 11 SP2.
  - Update to new upstream release 1.8.2
    * Fix for GSSAPI binds when the keytab contains unrelated
    * Workarounds added for LDAP servers with unreadable RootDSE
* Wed Apr 04 2012
  - Update to new upstream release 1.8.1
    * Resolve issue where we could enter an infinite loop trying to
    connect to an auth server
* Sun Mar 11 2012
  - Update to new upstream release 1.8.0
    * Support for the service map in NSS
    * Support for setting default SELinux user context from FreeIPA
    * Support for retrieving SSH user and host keys from LDAP
    * Support for caching autofs LDAP requests
    * Support for caching SUDO rules
    * Include the IPA AutoFS provider
    * Fixed several memory-corruption bugs
    * Fixed a regression in the proxy provider
* Wed Oct 19 2011
  - Fixed systemd related packaging issues (bnc#724157)
  - fixed build on older openSUSE releases
* Mon Sep 19 2011
  - Resolve "have choice for libnl-devel:
    libnl-1_1-devel libnl3-devel"
* Tue Aug 02 2011
  - Fixed typos in configure args
  - Cherry-picked password policy fixes from 1.5 branch (bnc#705768)
  - switched to fd-leak fix cherry-picked from 1.5 branch
  - Add /usr/sbin to the search path to make configure find nscd
* Fri Jul 29 2011
  - Add patches to fix an fd leak in sssd_pam
* Thu Jul 28 2011
  - Update to new upstream release 1.5.11
    * Support for overriding home directory, shell and primary GID
    * Properly honor TTL values from SRV record lookups
    * Support non-POSIX groups in nested group chains (for RFC2307bis
    LDAP servers)
    * Properly escape IPv6 addresses in the failover code
    * Do not crash if inotify fails (e.g. resource exhaustion)
  - Remove redundant %clean section; delete .la files more
* Tue Jun 07 2011
  - Update to 1.5.8:
    * Support for the LDAP paging control
    * Support for multiple DNS servers for name resolution
    * Fixes for several group membership bugs
    * Fixes for rare crash bugs
* Wed May 04 2011
  - Update to 1.5.7
    * A flaw was found in the handling of cached passwords when
      kerberos renewal tickets is enabled.  Due to a bug, the cached
      password was overwritten with a (moderately) predictable
      filename, which could allow a user to authenticate as someone
      else if they knew the name of the cache file (bnc#691135,
  - Changes in 1.5.6:
    * Fixed a serious memory leak in the memberOf plugin
    * Fixed a regression with the negative cache that caused it to be
      essentially nonfunctional
    * Fixed an issue where the user's full name would sometimes be
      removed from the cache
    * Fixed an issue with password changes in the kerberos provider
      not working with kpasswd
* Thu Apr 14 2011
  - Update to 1.5.5
    * Fixes for several crash bugs
    * LDAP group lookups will no longer abort if there is a
    zero-length member attribute
    * Add automatic fallback to 'cn' if the 'gecos' attribute does not
* Wed Mar 30 2011
  - Should build in SLE-11-SP1 now
* Tue Mar 29 2011
  - Updated to 1.5.4
    * Fixes for Active Directory when not all users and groups have
      POSIX attributes
    * Fixes for handling users and groups that have name aliases
      (aliases are ignored)
    * Fix group memberships after initgroups in the IPA provider
* Thu Mar 24 2011
  - Updated to 1.5.3
    * Support for libldb >= 1.0.0
    * Proper detection of manpage translations
    * Changes between 1.5.1 and 1.5.2
    * Fixes for support of FreeIPA v2
    * Fixes for failover if DNS entries change
    * Improved sss_obfuscate tool with better interactive mode
    * Fix several crash bugs
    * Don't attempt to use START_TLS over SSL. Some LDAP servers
      can't handle this
    * Delete users from the local cache if initgroups calls return
      'no such user' (previously only worked for getpwnam/getpwuid)
    * Use new translations
    * Better support for automatic TGT renewal (now survives
    * Netgroup fixes
* Tue Mar 08 2011
  - Updated to 1.5.1
    * Vast performance improvements when enumerate = true
    * All PAM actions will now perform a forced initgroups lookup
      instead of just a user information lookup This guarantees that
      all group information is available to other providers, such as
      the simple provider.
    * For backwards-compatibility, DNS lookups will also fall back to
      trying the SSSD domain name as a DNS discovery domain.
    * Support for more password expiration policies in LDAP
    - 389 Directory Server
    - FreeIPA
    - ActiveDirectory
    * Support for ldap_tls_{cert,key,cipher_suite} config options
    * Assorted bugfixes
* Wed Jan 19 2011
  - /var/lib/sss/pubconf was missing (bnc#665442)
* Tue Jan 18 2011
  - It was possible to make sssd hang forever inside a loop in the
    PAM responder by sending a carefully crafted packet to sssd.
    This could be exploited by a local attacker to crash sssd and
    prevent other legitimate users from logging into the system.
    (bnc#660481, CVE-2010-4341)
* Sun Dec 19 2010
  - Own /etc/systemd directories to fix build.
* Thu Nov 25 2010
  - install systemd service file
* Tue Nov 16 2010
  - Updated to 1.4.1
    * Add support for netgroups to the LDAP and proxy providers
    * Fixes a minor bug with UIDs/GIDs >= 2^31
    * Fixes a segfault in the kerberos provider
    * Fixes a segfault in the NSS responder if a data provider crashes
    * Correctly use sdap_netgroup_search_base
    * the utility libraries libpath_utils1, libpath_utils-devel,
      libref_array1 and libref_array-devel moved to their own
      separate upstream project (ding-libs)
    * Performance improvements made to group processing of RFC2307
      LDAP servers
    * Fixed nested group issues with RFC2307bis LDAP servers without
      a memberOf plugin
    * Manpage reviewed and updated
* Mon Sep 13 2010
  - remove hard coded python version
* Fri Sep 03 2010
  - No dependencies on %{release}
* Mon Aug 30 2010
  - Updated to 1.3.1
    * Fixes to the HBAC backend for obsolete or removed HBAC entries
    * Improvements to log messages around TLS and GSSAPI for LDAP
    * Support for building in environments using --as-needed LDFLAGS
    * Vast performance improvement for initgroups on RFC2307 LDAP servers
    * Long-running SSSD clients (e.g. GDM) will now reconnect properly to the
    daemon if SSSD is restarted
    * Rewrote the internal LDB cache API. As a synchronous API it is now faster
    to access and easier to work with
    * Eugene Indenbom contributed a sizeable amount of code to the LDAP provider
    - We now handle failover situations much more reliably than we did
    - We also will now monitor the GSSAPI kerberos ticket and automatically
      renew it when appropriate, instead of waiting for a connection to fail
    * Support for netlink now allows us to more quickly detect situations
    where we may have come online
    * New option "dns_discovery_domain" allows better configuration for
    using SRV records for failover
  - New subpackages: libpath_utils1, libpath_utils-devel, libref_array1
    and libref_array-devel
* Wed Mar 31 2010
  - Package pam- and nss-Modules as baselibs
  - cleaned up file list and dependencies
  - fixed init script dependencies
* Wed Mar 31 2010
  - Updated to 1.1.0
    * Support for IPv6
    * Support for LDAP referrals
    * Offline failed login counter
    * Fix for the long-standing cache cleanup performance issues
    * libini_config, libcollection, libdhash, libref_array and
      libpath_utils are now built as shared libraries for general
      consumption (libref_array and libpath_utils are currently not
      packaged, as no component in sssd links against them)
    * Users get feedback from PAM if they authenticated offline
    * Native local backend now has a utility to show nested memberships
    * New "simple" access provider for easy restriction of users
  - Backported libcrypto support from master to avoid Mozilla NSS
  - Backported password policy improvments for LDAP provider from
* Mon Mar 08 2010
  - use logfiles for debug messages by default
* Fri Mar 05 2010
  - subpackages for commandline tools, ipa-provider plugin and
    python API
* Fri Feb 26 2010
  - Updated to 1.0.5. Highlights:
    * Removed some dead code (libreplace
    * Clarify licenses throughout the code
* Thu Feb 04 2010
  - Updated to 1.0.4
* Thu Oct 08 2009
  - Update to 0.6.0
* Fri Sep 04 2009
  - fix LDAP filter for initgroups() with  rfc2307bis setups
* Tue Sep 01 2009
  - initial package submission



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