pam 1.1.3-7ubuntu2.3 source package in Ubuntu

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pam (1.1.3-7ubuntu2.3) precise-security; urgency=medium

  * SECURITY REGRESSION: multiarch update issue (LP: #1558597)
    - debian/patches-applied/cve-2015-3238.patch: Readd the manpage XML
      changes and also add the regenerated man pages to the patch. It is
      required to add the regenerated man pages to the patch because the build
      dependencies to regenerate the man pages are only installed during i386
      builds.
    - debian/patches-applied/pam_umask_usergroups_from_login.defs.patch: Add
      the changes after regenerating pam_umask.8 to the patch for the reasons
      mentioned above.

 -- Tyler Hicks <email address hidden>  Thu, 17 Mar 2016 13:14:44 -0500

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Uploaded by:
Tyler Hicks on 2016-03-17
Uploaded to:
Precise
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Architectures:
any all
Section:
libs
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

libpam-cracklib: PAM module to enable cracklib support

 This package includes libpam_cracklib, a PAM module that tests
 passwords to make sure they are not too weak during password change.

libpam-cracklib-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libpam-cracklib

 This package includes libpam_cracklib, a PAM module that tests
 passwords to make sure they are not too weak during password change.

libpam-doc: Documentation of PAM

 Contains documentation (in HTML, ASCII, and PostScript format) for libpam,
 the Pluggable Authentication Modules library, a library that enables the
 local system administrator to choose how applications authenticate users.

libpam-modules: Pluggable Authentication Modules for PAM

 This package completes the set of modules for PAM. It includes the
  pam_unix.so module as well as some specialty modules.

libpam-modules-bin: Pluggable Authentication Modules for PAM - helper binaries

 This package contains helper binaries used by the standard set of PAM
 modules in the libpam-modules package.

libpam-modules-bin-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libpam-modules-bin

 This package contains helper binaries used by the standard set of PAM
 modules in the libpam-modules package.

libpam-modules-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libpam-modules

 This package completes the set of modules for PAM. It includes the
  pam_unix.so module as well as some specialty modules.

libpam-runtime: Runtime support for the PAM library

 Contains configuration files and directories required for
 authentication to work on Debian systems. This package is required
 on almost all installations.

libpam0g: Pluggable Authentication Modules library

 Contains the shared library for Linux-PAM, a library that enables the
 local system administrator to choose how applications authenticate users.
 In other words, without rewriting or recompiling a PAM-aware application,
 it is possible to switch between the authentication mechanism(s) it uses.
 One may entirely upgrade the local authentication system without touching
 the applications themselves.

libpam0g-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libpam0g

 Contains the shared library for Linux-PAM, a library that enables the
 local system administrator to choose how applications authenticate users.
 In other words, without rewriting or recompiling a PAM-aware application,
 it is possible to switch between the authentication mechanism(s) it uses.
 One may entirely upgrade the local authentication system without touching
 the applications themselves.

libpam0g-dev: Development files for PAM

 Contains C header files and development libraries for libpam, the Pluggable
 Authentication Modules, a library that enables the local system
 administrator to choose how applications authenticate users.
 .
 PAM decouples applications from the authentication mechanism, making it
 possible to upgrade the authentication system without recompiling or
 rewriting the applications.