A software appliance is a software application that might be combined with just enough operating system ( JeOS) for it to run optimally on industry standard hardware (typically a server) or in a virtual machine. The GUNet Appliances service brings to you the services built by GUNet on top of the Debian Linux Operating System.
Appliance of "Arcanum", a web-based password management application of an LDAP server. It allows users to change or reset their passwords and supply their password recovery information. It also provides administrators with tools for resetting passwords, setting and enforcing password policies and managing user accounts. For more information, see also http://code.uoa.gr/p/arcanum
This is an SSO appliance based on CAS JASIG 3.5.x build on a Tomcat 7.0 application server. It is enhanced with Χ509 Client Authentication, capability to dereference attributes in users' objects if used with OpenLdap and can leverage LDAP Password Policies (tested with OpenLdap)
Appliance of "Shibboleth IdP", an identity provider. This is an Identity Provider, based on open source Shibboleth IdP v2.4.x build on a Tomcat v7.0.x application server enhanced with Unicon's cas-shib-authenticator plugin for delegating authentication to CAS.
This appliance provides a RADIUS server preconfigured as an identity provider for use with the eduroam infrastructure. It is based on the open source FreeRADIUS server software and provides PEAP, EAP-TTLS/PAP. EAP-TTLS/MS CHAPv2, EAP-TTL authentication methods for users stored in an LDAP backend.
A JeOS based on the Stretch (testing) version of the Debian Linux operating system.
A JeOS based on the Jessie (stable) version of the Debian Linux operating system.
A JeOS based on the Wheezy (oldstable) version of the Debian Linux operating system.
An authentication LDAP server based on OpenLDAP.
A translucent LDAP server based on OpenLDAP.
Institutional and federated electronic account creation and management service.