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From: Casper Dik (Casper.DikSun.COM)
Date: Fri Jun 08 2001 - 14:27:57 CDT
>The problem isn't the authentication, it's the granularity of the
>authorization that the filesystem affords. NFS leaves authorization
>up to the client host (aka ``No File Security'').
NFS provides most any level of security you desire; not many vendors
implement NFS security, though. NFSv4 requires the implementation
of GSS_API (i.e., Kerberos V based) security in NFS.
Don't complain that NFS is insecure if it's just because you don't
want to invest the time to configure it properly.