Linux - What is pam, Pluggable Authentication Modules

What is pam

What is PAM?

(Pluggable Authentication Modules) A programming interface that enables third-party security methods to be used in Unix. For example, smart cards, Kerberos and RSA technologies can be integrated with various Unix functions such as rlogin, telnet and ftp.

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