pam-mongodb - PAM module to authenticate a user via mongoDB database

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A C PAM module using libmongo-client (MongoDB C driver) and Glib to authenticate a user against a MongoDB database. The general idea of this is that to authenticate users on the network, they will have to have a valid account to a database on the mongoDB server.



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