Historic MIT Kerberos Releases

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Kerberos V5 Release 1.12 Source Distributions

Kerberos V5 Release 1.11 Source Distributions

Kerberos V5 Release 1.10 Source Distributions

Kerberos V5 Release 1.9 Source Distributions

Kerberos V5 Release 1.8 Source Distributions

Kerberos V5 Release 1.7 Source Distributions

Kerberos V5 Release 1.6 Source Distributions

Kerberos V5 Release 1.5 Source Distributions

Kerberos V5 Release 1.4 Source Distributions

Kerberos V5 Release 1.3 Source Distributions

Kerberos V5 Release 1.2 Source Distributions

Kerberos V5 Release 1.1 Source Distributions

Kerberos V5 Release 1.0 Source Distributions

These tar files contain three gzipped tar files (src, crypto, and doc) and their associated PGP signature files.

Here are the diffs between 1.0.6 and 1.0.7-beta1 ( tar file, 780k ).

MIT Kerberos for Windows 3.2.1

MIT Kerberos for Windows (KfW) is an integrated Kerberos release for Microsoft Windows operating systems. It includes the Kerberos v4 library, Kerberos v5 library version 1.6.2, Kerberos v5 GSS API library, Kerberos 524 library, KClient API library, Leash API library, Network Identity Manager, kinit/klist/kdestroy/krb524init/ms2mit/aklog command-line credentials managers, and an in-memory credentials cache.

Kerberos for Windows 3.2.1 is designed for 32-bit versions of Windows 2000, XP, 2003, 2003 R2, Vista and WOW64 environments. There is no native 64-bit process support at the current time.

MIT KfW includes redistributable binaries, an SDK, documentation, source code, and an interactive installer.

Downloads for MIT Kerberos for Windows 3.2.1

Please refer to the release notes for more detailed explanations of each of these packages (and whether you need them) as well as installation instructions.

MIT Kerberos for Windows 3.2

MIT Kerberos for Windows (KfW) is an integrated Kerberos release for Microsoft Windows operating systems. It includes the Kerberos v4 library, Kerberos v5 library version 1.6.1, Kerberos v5 GSS API library, Kerberos 524 library, KClient API library, Leash API library, Network Identity Manager, kinit/klist/kdestroy/krb524init/ms2mit/aklog command-line credentials managers, and an in-memory credentials cache.

Kerberos for Windows 3.2 is designed for 32-bit versions of Windows 2000, XP, 2003, 2003 R2, Vista and WOW64 environments. There is no native 64-bit process support at the current time.

MIT KfW includes redistributable binaries, an SDK, documentation, source code, and an interactive installer.

Downloads for MIT Kerberos for Windows 3.2

Please refer to the release notes for more detailed explanations of each of these packages (and whether you need them) as well as installation instructions.

MIT Kerberos for Windows 3.1

MIT Kerberos for Windows (KfW) is an integrated Kerberos release for Microsoft Windows operating systems. It includes the Kerberos v4 library, Kerberos v5 library version 1.4.4, Kerberos v5 GSS API library, Kerberos 524 library, KClient API library, Leash API library, Network Identity Manager, kinit/klist/kdestroy/krb524init/ms2mit/aklog command-line credentials managers, and an in-memory credentials cache.

Kerberos for Windows 3.1 is designed for 32-bit versions of Windows 2000, XP, 2003, 2003 R2 or higher and WOW64 environments.

MIT KfW includes redistributable binaries, an SDK, documentation, source code, and an interactive installer.

Downloads for MIT Kerberos for Windows 3.1

Please refer to the release notes for more detailed explanations of each of these packages (and whether you need them) as well as installation instructions.

Updates for 2007 US Daylight Saving Time rule changes:

If you are running KfW on a system where the TZ environment variable is set, you will need an updated .NET 2003 C Runtime Library (included with the new kfw-3.1.1 installers) in order to get correct DST behavior. Having a TZ environment variable setting is a somewhat uncommon configuration primarily used for compatibility with older applications; if the TZ environment variable is not set, KfW correctly obeys the DST rules set in the operating system.

The following are the old kfw-3.1.0 files; they do not contain the updated .NET 2003 C Runtime Library.

MIT Kerberos for Windows 3.0

MIT Kerberos for Windows (KfW) includes the Kerberos v4 library, Kerberos v5 library version 1.4.3, Kerberos v5 GSS API library, Kerberos 524 library, KClient API library, Leash API library, Network Identity Manager, kinit/klist/kdestroy/krb524init/ms2mit/aklog command-line credentials managers, and an in-memory credentials cache. It runs on 32-bit versions of Windows 2000/XP/2003. (Windows 95/98/ME/NT4 are no longer supported).

MIT KfW includes redistributable binaries, an SDK, documentation, source code, and an interactive installer.

For a complete list of changes, see the release notes.

Downloads for MIT Kerberos for Windows 3.0

Please refer to the release notes for more detailed explanations of each of these packages (and whether you need them) as well as installation instructions.

MIT Kerberos for Windows 2.6.5

MIT Kerberos for Windows (KfW) includes Kerberos v4, Kerberos v5, Leash32, KClient, and an in-memory credentials cache. It runs on Windows 98/98SE/ME/NT4/2000/XP/2003. (Windows 95 is not supported).

MIT KfW includes redistributable binaries, an SDK, documentation, source code, and an interactive installer.

For a complete list of changes, see the release notes.

Downloads for MIT Kerberos for Windows 2.6.5

Please refer to the release notes for more detailed explanations of each of these packages (and whether you need them) as well as installation instructions.

MIT Kerberos for Windows 2.6.4

MIT Kerberos for Windows (KfW) includes Kerberos v4, Kerberos v5, Leash32, KClient, and an in-memory credentials cache. It runs on Windows 98/98SE/ME/NT4/2000/XP/2003. (Windows 95 is not supported).

MIT KfW includes redistributable binaries, an SDK, documentation, source code, and an interactive installer.

For a complete list of changes, see the release notes.

Downloads for MIT Kerberos for Windows 2.6.4

Please refer to the release notes for more detailed explanations of each of these packages (and whether you need them) as well as installation instructions.

MIT Kerberos for Windows 2.6.3

MIT Kerberos for Windows (KfW) includes Kerberos v4, Kerberos v5, Leash32, KClient, and an in-memory credentials cache. It runs on Windows 98/98SE/ME/NT4/2000/XP/2003. (Windows 95 is not supported).

MIT KfW includes redistributable binaries, an SDK, documentation, source code, and an interactive installer.

For a complete list of changes, see the release notes.

Downloads for MIT Kerberos for Windows 2.6.3

Please refer to the release notes for more detailed explanations of each of these packages (and whether you need them) as well as installation instructions.

MIT Kerberos for Windows 2.6.2

MIT Kerberos for Windows (KfW) includes Kerberos v4, Kerberos v5, Leash32, KClient, and an in-memory credentials cache. It runs on Windows 98/98SE/ME/NT4/2000/XP/2003. (Windows 95 is not supported).

MIT KfW includes redistributable binaries, an SDK, documentation, source code, and an interactive installer.

For a complete list of changes, see the release notes.

Downloads for MIT Kerberos for Windows 2.6.2

Please refer to the release notes for more detailed explanations of each of these packages (and whether you need them) as well as installation instructions.

MIT Kerberos for Windows 2.6.1

MIT Kerberos for Windows (KfW) includes Kerberos v4, Kerberos v5, Leash32, KClient, and an in-memory credentials cache. It runs on Windows 98/98SE/ME/NT4/2000/XP/2003. (Windows 95 is not supported).

MIT KfW includes redistributable binaries, an SDK, documentation, source code, and an interactive installer.

For a complete list of changes, see the release notes.

Downloads for MIT Kerberos for Windows 2.6.1

Please refer to the release notes for more detailed explanations of each of these packages (and whether you need them) as well as installation instructions.

MIT Kerberos for Windows 2.6

MIT Kerberos for Windows (KfW) includes Kerberos v4, Kerberos v5, Leash32, KClient, and an in-memory credentials cache. It runs on Windows 95, 98, Me, NT 4.0, 2000, XP and 2003 Server.

This release incorporates Kerberos v5 1.3.2 in addition to numerous improvements to Leash. A more complete list of changes are available in the release notes.

Downloads for MIT Kerberos for Windows 2.6

Please refer to the release notes for more detailed explanations of each of these packages (and whether you need them) as well as installation instructions.

MIT Kerberos for Windows 2.5

MIT Kerberos for Windows (KfW) includes Kerberos v4, Kerberos v5, Leash32, KClient, and an in-memory credentials cache. It runs on Windows 95, 98, Me, NT 4.0, 2000, XP and 2003 Server.

This release incorporates Kerberos v5 1.3.1 in addition to numerous improvements to Leash. A more complete list of changes are available in the release notes.

Downloads for MIT Kerberos for Windows 2.5

Please refer to the release notes for more detailed explanations of each of these packages (and whether you need them) as well as installation instructions.

MIT Kerberos for Windows 2.2 Beta 2

MIT Kerberos for Windows (KfW) includes Kerberos v4, Kerberos v5, Leash32, KClient, and an in-memory credentials cache. It runs on Windows 95, 98, Me, NT 4.0, 2000, and XP.

This release incorporates Kerberos v5 1.2.5 Beta 2. Since Beta 1, the krb5 exports has been revised slightly. A lot of symbols were still "leaking" before. Leash now works again. NOTE: The release notes have not been updated from Beta 1.

Since KfW 2.1.2, a lot of functions have been removed and added to the Kerberos v5 exports list. If you are a Kerberos developer, please try this release and give us feedback. For more information, please read the release notes.

An intaller is not available. However, the release notes have instructions on how to install the product.

Downloads for KfW 2.2 Beta 2

Please refer to the release notes for more detailed explanations of each of these packages (and whether you need them) as well as installation instructions.

MIT Kerberos for Windows 2.1.2

MIT Kerberos for Windows (KfW) includes Kerberos v4, Kerberos v5, Leash32, KClient, and an in-memory credentials cache. It runs on Windows 95, 98, Me, NT 4.0 or higher, 2000, and XP.

New in this release is Windows XP support and Kerberos v5 1.2.2. The distrubution in this release is also a little more streamlined than past releases. You might want to check out the release notes.

Downloads

MIT Kerberos for Windows 2.1.1

MIT Kerberos for Windows (KfW) includes Kerberos v4, Kerberos v5, Leash32, KClient, and an in-memory credentials cache. It runs on Windows 95, 98, Me, NT 4.0 or higher, 2000, and XP.

New in this release is Windows XP support and Kerberos v5 1.2.2. The distrubution in this release is also a little more streamlined than past releases. You might want to check out the release notes.

Downloads

MIT Kerberos for Windows 2.1

MIT Kerberos for Windows (KfW) includes Kerberos v4, Kerberos v5, Leash32, KClient, and an in-memory credentials cache. It runs on Windows 95, 98, Me, NT 4.0 or higher, and 2000.

New in this release is a smaller, more robust credentials cache implementation. There have also been fixes to Kerberos v4. The included Kerberos v5 is from the 1.2.1 release.

The included release notes have more information on what's new in this release.

Downloads

MIT Kerberos for Microsoft Operating Systems Release 2.0

The MIT distribution for Microsoft Operating Systems has been significantly revised. This release contains a new packaging model for Kerberos V4 and V5. The Release 2.0 for Microsoft Operating Systems integrates some of MIT's earlier work with Kerberos V4 and the Kerberos V5 1.1 release. It includes the source code for Leash32.exe, krbcc32.dll, kclnt32.dll, krbv4w32.dll, fleavius.exe, leashw32.dll, vs32.dll, and wshelp32.dll, in addition to the Version 5 1.1 sources.

Developers that only desire the Kerberos Version 5 1.1 sources can build the code from the krb5-1.1.tar file.

Building the Win32 Kerberos sources from the tar file will require a UNIX machine for part of the process. The UNIX machine will be used to create the platform specific make files, and a zip file. The zip file will then be expanded on the Windows machine and the sources can be compiled. This method only requires the compiler on the Windows machine.

Building from the kerberos-win32-2.0.zip files does not requires the use of a UNIX machine. However, it does require MSVC++ 6.0, ActiveState Perl build 517, sed, gawk, cat, and rm in your path. More information about these can be found in the release notes that are contained in the zip file.

There are currently two packages for release 2.0 available: binaries, and source. We are still working on creating an SDK package. The source code is for people who need to debug Kerberos or want to build the libraries from scratch. The binary distribtion contians an installer, however other sites may still need to localize their distribution.

The files may be extracted from the installer, without performing the normal installation. The /X command line option allows you to extract single files from the installation executable. The files that are contained in the Wise executable will be listed along with the file dates and sizes.You can then select a file and choose the directory to place the file into. If you follow the /X option with a pathname, all of the files in the installation executable will be placed into that directory. If the directory does not exist, it will be created. The /Z command line option acts exactly like to /X option except Windows will be exited after the files are extracted. This can be useful for administrators that want to perform virus scanning on all of the files in the Wise executable.

Note for MIT users
If you are an end user at MIT and are on this page to acquire the Kerberos for Windows binaries, you should go to the MIT Software: Windows page for the software. No support will be provided to you from MIT Information Systems or the developers if you use the distribution from this page.

The Win32 snapshot is available in the following forms:

Cygnus Network Security Release

CNS is the Cygnus Network Security release of Kerberos version 4. It is based on years of continued development starting from earlier MIT V4 releases. The last release available from Cygnus was 96q1; 96q4 has one minor security fix over 96q1. A further release with a number of portability enhancements is planned.

CNS is a available as a compressed tar file (approximately 1600k).


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