Authen::OPIE - Perl module for opie (onetime password in everything)
use Authen::OPIE qw(opie_challenge, opie_verify); $challenge = opie_challenge($login); $result = opie_verify($login, $response);
This module gives perl access to the challenge and verify aspects of the opie library. To issue a challenge you pass the login name to opie_challenge it returns a string like otp-md5 2390 ra5690 ext. This is the challenge you pass on to whatever is communicating with you. In return you'll get a response from them with which you call opie_verify. opie_verify returns a 0 if it is the proper response to the challenge (they passed) and 1 otherwise (they failed).
opie is available from http://www.inner.net/opie opie must be installed and set up on the box before this module is useful (though be aware that you might not want to do a straight install as opie replaces su and login).
When running the test you can use opiekey to generate a response to the challenge.
This module comes with no warranty either expressed or implied. I am not responsible for any damages that may result from the use of this module, including but not limited to monetary loss, mental distress, or general mayhem
Eric Estabrooks, firstname.lastname@example.org, Copyright 2000,2001