Carnegie Mellon University licensed software
Carnegie Mellon University: Andrew Security Pack, NiftyTelnet
NiftyTelnet and the Andrew Security Pack, both developed at Carnegie Mellon, are available to all members of the CMU community. The Andrew Security Pack includes kweb, kclient, and klpr. NiftyTelnet is an application that allows you to log onto a Unix server or another Unix workstation. Kweb is the CMU Kerberos web browser plug-in that is required to look at many secure pages. Kweb security is gradually being replaced by WebISO. Kclient is the CMU Kerberos Client software that is used in conjunction with such applications as Mulberry and NiftyTelnet. Klpr is the CMU Kerberos printer utility.
- License holder: Computing Services.
- Quantity licensed: Unlimited.
- Available for: MacOS, Windows.
- Who can install it: Faculty, staff, students.
- Eligible equipment: University owned/leased and personally owned computers on campus/at home.
- Type of license: Perpetual.
- Cost to users: None.
- Getting access to it: No special access is required.
- How to get it: Download Windows version from
\\Monolith\pc_dist. Download MacOS version from MyAndrew.
- License code required: No.
- Getting help using it: Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Restrictions: None.
- Individual use rights available upon termination: None. All copies must be deleted upon termination of affiliation with the University.