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pam_deny - Deny PAM module

 

NAME

      pam_deny - Deny PAM module
 

SYNOPSIS

      [service-name] module-type control-flag pam_deny [options]
 

DESCRIPTION

      The Deny authentication service module for PAM, pam_deny provides func‐
      tionality for all the PAM categories: authentication, account management,
      session management and password management.  In terms of the module-type
      parameter, these are the “auth”, “account”, “session”, and “password”
      features.
 
      The Deny module will universally deny all requests.  It is primarily of
      use during testing, and to “null-out” unwanted functionality.
 
      The following options may be passed to the module:
 
      debug    syslog(3) debugging information at LOG_DEBUG level.
 
      no_warn  suppress warning messages to the user.  These messages include
               reasons why the user’s authentication attempt was declined.
      syslog(3), pam.conf(5), pam(8)
 

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