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Title BRINK
Platform Unix
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Category Perl & CGI » Scripts and Programs » Server Management
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Description BRINK is a CGI perl script which allows users to change their passwords via a web page. Current development has shifted to a modularized Perl socket daemon/client. There is a remote possibility that this program could allow users to do bad things to the system it is running on. If you run BRINK on a secure http daemon, it is much more secure than if you run it on an unencrypted http daemon.

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