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mod_ldap v2.9.2
===============
mod_ldap is a ProFTPD module that performs user authentication and
name/UID/quota lookups against an LDAP directory.
**Please note:** Read the Changes section below for mod_ldap v2.9 changes;
some significant changes have been made. Do *NOT* upgrade to mod_ldap v2.9
or later before reading the Changes section.
Sections:
1. Author
2. How do I set up mod_ldap?
3. Changes
4. Thanks
=========
1. Author
=========
John Morrissey, <jwm@horde.net>, http://horde.net/~jwm/software/mod_ldap/.
Feedback is much appreciated. If you're using mod_ldap successfully, are
having problems getting mod_ldap up and running at your site, or have some
code improvements or ideas for development, please let me know!
============================
2. How do I set up mod_ldap?
============================
* tar xvzf proftpd-version.tar.gz
* If you wish to use a newer version of mod_ldap that is not yet included
with a release version of ProFTPD, download the file mod_ldap.c and say:
cp -f mod_ldap.c proftpd-version/contrib
* cd proftpd-version
* ./configure --with-modules=mod_ldap
* make
* make install
* The 'user-ldif' file contains a sample user ldif. Modify it to your liking
and say ldapadd -D your-root-dn -w your-root-dn-password < ldif
* You are *strongly* encouraged to read up on the LDAP config-file
directives in proftpd-version/doc/Configuration.html. At bare minimum,
you'll need LDAPServer, LDAPBindDN, and LDAPUsers configuration directives
in your proftpd.conf.
A set of basic mod_ldap configuration directives would look like:
LDAPServer localhost
LDAPBindDN cn=your-dn,dc=example,dc=com dnpass
LDAPUsers "dc=users,dc=example,dc=com"
Of course, you will need to update these configuration directives with
the proper values for your environment.
==========
3. Changes
==========
v2.9.2:
- Fix segmentation fault when no user filters (second and third arguments to
LDAPUsers) are specified.
v2.9.1:
- Handle potential NULL return value from crypt(). (Bug #3551)
- Update README to mention the LDAPDNInfo -> LDAPBindDN change in v2.9.0.
v2.9.0:
- Overhaul configuration directives, hopefully yielding a more
straightforward, easier way to configure mod_ldap.
The LDAPDoAuth and LDAPDoUIDLookups directives have been combined into the
new LDAPUsers directive. The third argument to LDAPDoUIDLookups (the UID
filter template) is now the third argument to LDAPUsers.
LDAPDoGIDLookups is now LDAPGroups.
LDAPDoQuotaLookups is now obsolete. The default quota can be specified
with the new LDAPDefaultQuota directive.
Also, the on/off booleans on these directives have been removed. Now, if
the directive is present, the corresponding functionality will be enabled.
For example, the previous configuration:
LDAPDNInfo cn=your-dn,dc=example,dc=com dnpass
LDAPDoAuth on ou=people,dc=horde,dc=net (uid=%u)
LDAPDoUIDLookups on ou=people,dc=horde,dc=net (uidNumber=%u)
LDAPDoGIDLookups on ou=groups,dc=horde,dc=net
LDAPDoQuotaLookups on ou=people,dc=horde,dc=net (uid=%u) false,hard,10485760,0,0,0,0,0
becomes:
LDAPBindDN cn=your-dn,dc=example,dc=com dnpass
LDAPUsers ou=people,dc=horde,dc=net (uid=%u) (uidNumber=%u)
LDAPGroups ou=groups,dc=horde,dc=net
LDAPDefaultQuota false,hard,10485760,0,0,0,0,0
- Remove OpenSSL local verification of password hashes; 'LDAPAuthBinds on'
should do exactly the same thing in a more secure and standard way.
- Remove deprecated LDAPNegativeCache and LDAPUseSSL directives.
- Add group members to debug output.
- Various internal improvements to comments, log/debug messages, style, and
logic.
v2.8.23:
* Add support needed by mod_sftp_ldap for fetching user public keys.
* Bad LDAP lookup can cause mod_ldap segfault under some conditions.
(Bug #3424)
v2.8.22:
* Disable the LDAPUseSSL directive, instead logging a warning so existing
configurations do not cause ProFTPD startup failure. Previous versions
enabled TLS when this directive was enabled. This behavior was incorrect,
since the intended behavior was to enable LDAPS/LDAP over SSL. To use
LDAPS, specify the ldaps:// protocol in the LDAPServerURL URL(s).
If you wish to continue using TLS, you must modify your configuration to
specify the ldap:// scheme in the LDAPServerURL URL and add the directive
'LDAPUseTLS on' to your configuration.
* Add support for quota profiles. If a user entry doesn't have an ftpQuota
attribute, search for the DN contained in the user's ftpQuotaProfileDN
attribute (if present) and use the ftpQuota attribute present on that DN.
(Bug #2617)
* Fix segfaults in debug logging on platforms whose printf() does not
gracefully handle NULL string pointers. (Bug #3346)
* Escape LDAP filter metacharacters in inserted values when interpolating
filter templates.
* Emit a debug warning when an LDAP URL is specified without an explicit
search scope.
* Bug 2922 locks authentication for an account to the same module that
fetched the original account information. Remove the kludge wherein
"*" is passed to pr_auth_check() if we're doing auth binds to prevent
other modules from processing authentication. This has the convenient
side effect of making the UserPassword directive work with LDAP-sourced
accounts. Bump the required ProFTPD version to 1.3.1rc3.
* Emit correct LDAP timeout in debug message, accounting for the default if
none was specified. Reported by Nikos Voutsinas <nvoutsin@noc.uoa.gr>.
v2.8.21:
* Implement an internal failover mechanism instead of relying on the LDAP
SDK's built-in failover (if any). Fixes failover regression introduced
in v2.8.19 when ldap_initialize() was first used.
* Multiple LDAP URL arguments may now be passed to LDAPServer:
LDAPServer ldap://127.0.0.1/??sub ldap://172.16.0.1/??sub
* When setting whether to dereference LDAP aliases after connecting to
the LDAP server, treat failure as a hard failure and refuse to continue
with that LDAP server. Previously, failure when specifying whether to
dereference aliases would be logged but the connection to that server
would continue.
v2.8.20:
* Prevent the use of LDAPSearchScope or LDAPUseSSL when LDAPServer specifies
a URL. Instead, the desired search scope and SSL setting should be
specified by the URL.
* When using OpenSSL for local password verification (as opposed to
'LDAPAuthBinds on'), make the Base64 encoding buffer larger to ensure
we account for expansion resulting from the encoding.
* Retrieve all LDAP attributes when calling pr_ldap_user_lookup() since
it will need various attributes (to perform home directory generation,
for one). Thanks to Nikos Voutsinas <nvoutsin@noc.uoa.gr>.
http://forums.proftpd.org/smf/index.php/topic,3562.0.html
* Portability fix: don't use ldap_initialize() and ldap_unbind_ext_s()
unless we're building against the corresponding versions of the OpenLDAP
SDK.
v2.8.19:
* Fix compilation with old LDAP SDKs (LDAP_API_VERSION < 2000). Thanks to
Saju Paul <saju.paul@messageway.com>.
* Define LDAP_SCOPE_DEFAULT if not defined by the SDK, fixing compilation
with (recent?) Sun LDAP headers.
* Use the configured ldap_port in "connected..." debug message, not
LDAP_PORT.
* Fix segfaults on client connect when an LDAP URL is used as an argument
to the LDAPServer directive. (Bug #3097)
* Automatically enable LDAP TLS support based on a best guess as to whether
the installed LDAP SDK supports it.
* Fixed missing ldap_init() -> ldap_initialize() when updating for latest
LDAP C API. Fixes segfaults on (some?) 64-bit systems. (Bug #3046)
v2.8.18:
* Remove all local caching code in favor of the recently added caching in
the ProFTPD Auth layer.
* Silence some compiler warnings.
* To verify non-crypt() password hashes locally with OpenSSL, it is no
longer necessary to edit mod_ldap.c to enable HAVE_OPENSSL. Instead,
build ProFTPD with the --enable-openssl argument to configure.
v2.8.17:
* Use non-deprecated LDAP API functions if the LDAP SDK is new enough to
comply with draft-ietf-ldapext-ldap-c-api-04.
v2.8.16:
* Add 'LDAPAliasDereference never|search|find|always' directive, which
defaults to never. This default is compatible with previous versions,
which did not support alias dereferencing.
* Fix LDAPAttr support when more than one LDAPAttr directive is used.
* Sync with ProFTPD API: set session.auth_mech to indicate that we've
successfully authenticated the user.
* Eliminate segfaults when group information for an LDAP user is available
from other sources (such as mod_auth_unix). Thanks to Erick Briere
<Erick.Briere@afp.com>.
* Make sure to count %u escapes as well as %v escapes when determining
filter length.
* Fix parenthesizing in connection code.
v2.8.15:
* Erroneous release; contained 2.8.14 by mistake.
v2.8.14:
* Fix authentication when LDAPAuthBinds is enabled, which broke in 2.8.13.
* Fix a typo in the group-by-name filter.
v2.8.13:
* This release REQUIRES ProFTPD 1.2.11rc1 or later.
* mod_ldap now uses ProFTPD's CreateHome to create home directories. Some
LDAPHomedirOnDemand directives have been removed in favor of CreateHome.
The directives that apply to home directory path name generation still
exist, but have been renamed to LDAPGenerateHomedir.
* The LDAP protocol version now defaults to LDAPv3. If you need to use
LDAPv2, say 'LDAPProtocolVersion 2' in your proftpd.conf. (Bug #2443)
* LDAP attribute names are now configurable via proftpd.conf. For example,
if you want to change the uid attribute name, say 'LDAPAttr uid myUidAttr'
in your proftpd.conf.
* The define to enable TLS support has been renamed to USE_LDAP_TLS.
* The '%u' escape is now supported in all cases where '%v' is.
* ProFTPD's UserPassword directive now works with LDAPAuthBinds enabled.
(Bug #2482)
* Changed ldap_quota_lookup CMD to a HOOK.
* Fixed a few compiler type warnings.
v2.8.12:
* Group code memory manipulation fixes (Phil Oester (phil at theoesters dot
com))
* Default quota support
* LDAP connections created for authenticated binds now honor the LDAPUseTLS
directive.
v2.8.11:
* mod_quotatab limit support
* Allow ATTR_* compiler defines to be overridden on the build command line,
e.g.: CFLAGS="-DUID_ATTR=foo" ./configure
* The canonical username from the LDAP directory is now used in directory
creation.
* LDAPForceHomedirOnDemand to force the use of the generated home directory
instead of the directory provided by the LDAP directory.
* Support for permissions on LDAPHomedirOnDemand suffixes. You can say:
LDAPHomedirOnDemandSuffix foo:755 bar:700
in your proftpd.conf.
* Support for %v escapes in LDAPDoAuth directive to allow fetching the
user's entry directly, without performing a search first. For example,
LDAPDoAuth on uid=%v,dc=example,dc=com
will fetch the entry uid=[username],dc=example,dc=com directly when a user
logs in, saving some effort on the part of the LDAP directory.
* Leading directories are now checked for and creation is no longer
attempted if they already exist.
* Miscellaneous pedanticism & cleanup in error messages and the code itself.
v2.8.10:
* Ditch ldap_build_filter() (non-portable and/or deprecated) in favor of
our own translation function. This should make mod_ldap build against
OpenLDAP 2.1.x and Novell eDirectory, among others.
v2.8.9:
* Added explicit OpenSSL link exception to the license.
v2.8.8:
* ProFTPD Bug 1659 - LDAP config handlers should use c->pool instead of
permanent_pool
v2.8.7:
* Properly drop root privs in the LDAPHomedirOnDemand code if we're
returning prematurely due to an error condition.
* Small cleanup of the LDAPHomedirOnDemand directory creation code.
v2.8.6:
* Fix to the user-caching code that now prevents the cache from
returning an empty password struct in certain situations.
v2.8.5:
* Small fix in the group handlers - group lookups would sometimes be
attempted even if they were disabled.
v2.8.4:
* Fix for segfaults when optional arguments are omitted from
LDAPDoGIDLookups directive
v2.8.3:
* Secondary group support (thanks to Andreas Strodl for providing patches)
* LDAPHomedirOnDemand modes are now absolute; they are no longer subject
to ProFTPD's umask.
* LDAPDefault[UG]ID directives should now support the full range of
32-bit UIDs.
* Sanity checking is now done on LDAPDefault[UG]ID arguments to ensure
they're numeric.
* LDAPDoGIDLookups now takes an extra argument. Its arguments are now:
LDAPDoGIDLookups on|off group-base-dn by-name-filter by-uid-filter
by-name-filter defaults to (&(cn=%v)(objectclass=posixGroup)) and
by-uid-filter defaults to (&(gidNumber=%v)(objectclass=posixGroup)).
v2.8.2:
* Fixed a privilege escalation bug. If LDAPHomedirOnDemand is enabled and
creation of the user's home directory fails, the server does not
relinquish root privileges. There shouldn't be exploitable, but all
users with LDAPHomedirOnDemand enabled are encouraged to upgrade.
v2.8.1:
* Fixed a bug that prevented proper permissions being applied to home
directories created on demand.
* Fixed an issue that would prevent per-VirtualHost configuration directives
from being properly recognized.
v2.8:
* The username escape sequence in search filter templates has changed.
You must now use %v instead of %u as the escape for the username. For
example, if you had:
LDAPDoAuth on dc=example,dc=com (uid=%u)
in your proftpd.conf with a previous version of mod_ldap, you will need
to change this to:
LDAPDoAuth on dc=example,dc=com (uid=%v)
* LDAPAuthBinds is now enabled by default. I'm sick of hearing "Your
mod_ldap is broken; it won't talk to my LDAP server and I've ignored the
convenient error message about userPassword that mod_ldap logs."
* The full path to user home directories is now created. Directories leading
up to the user's home directory are created root-owned and mode 755 (i.e.,
they are not subject to the mode argument to LDAPHomedirOnDemand). Home
directory creation now works for all users, not just users with the same
UID/GID as the main ProFTPD server. Lastly, the mode argument to
LDAPHomedirOnDemand is no longer subject to ProFTPD's Umask.
* TLS support (You'll need to edit mod_ldap.c to define USE_LDAPV3_TLS and
recompile proftpd, then say 'LDAPUseTLS on' in your proftpd.conf). This
may or may not work with non-OpenLDAP SDKs; I'd love to hear if anyone has
it working with the Mozilla LDAP SDK or any others.
* The LDAP search sizelimit is now set to prevent LDAP server thrashing with
wildcarded usernames.
* Basic caching support has been added. This should cut down on the number
of queries made to the directory server. In addition, negative caching
is now enabled by default.
* LDAPHomedirOnDemandSuffix can now take multiple arguments (multiple
directories to create) and can be activated independently of
LDAPHomedirOnDemand.
* With the addition of LDAPHomedirOnDemandPrefix, home directories can now
be completely autogenerated, removing the need for a homeDirectory
attribute in each user's LDAP entry. Say:
LDAPHomedirOnDemandPrefix /home
in your proftpd.conf to give users a home directory with the format
/home/username. In this example, the user joe would be given the home
directory /home/joe.
* Attribute names are now #defines at the top of mod_ldap.c. You can now
change attribute names by editing mod_ldap.c and recompiling.
* The LDAPDefaultUID and LDAPDefaultGID directives can now be forced;
enabling LDAPForceDefaultUID or LDAPForceDefaultGID will apply the
default UID or GID (respectively) even if a user has a different UID/GID
in his uidNumber or gidNumber attribute.
* Fairly extensive code cleanup and comment syncing.
v2.7.6:
* Fixing the OpenLDAP 2 fixes.
v2.7.5:
* Fixes for OpenLDAP 2 support.
* Fix LDAP authentication filter use; previously, the user-specified search
filter would not be used in the second stage of authenticating a user.
v2.7.4:
* The LDAPDefaultAuthScheme directive should function properly now.
v2.7.3:
* Removed some old, useless code.
v2.7.2:
* LDAPQueryTimeout fix. In mod_ldap v2.7.1, in some situations, the query
timeout could be set to -1, which would cause all LDAP lookups to fail.
v2.7.1:
* Ported MacGyver's portable UID/GID code to mod_ldap
* The value passed to LDAPQueryTimeout is now honored (the timeout isn't
simply set to 1 second)
v2.7:
* Added a fix for picky LDAP servers like Sun Directory Services; using
AuthBinds with those LDAP servers would break in previous mod_ldap
versions. See the comments in the code for more details (search for "Sun
Directory Services").
* You can now pass a file mode to LDAPHomedirOnDemand to create home
directories with that mode.
* Improved group support; mod_ldap now supports multiple memberUid
attributes for a group object.
* Miscellaneous neatening/tightening of high-level auth/lookup handler
functions.
* You can now specify custom LDAP search filters at runtime. See the
configuration guide (doc/Configuration.html) entries for LDAPDo* for more
details.
* Objectclass is now enforced. You *must* have an objectclass attribute for
each of your LDAP objects. This attribute must have a value of
'posixAccount' ("objectclass: posixAccount"). For groups, this attribute
must have the value 'posixGroup' ("objectclass: posixGroup"). If you wish
to disable this objectclass enforcement, use the the LDAP filter
"(uid=%u)" for Auth and UID lookups (see doc/Configuration.html for how to
specify a custom LDAP search filter).
* Removed allowedServices code. The functionality that allowedServices
provided can now be duplicated with a modified LDAP search filter.
For example, to replicate basic allowedServices checking, pass this LDAP
search filter to LDAPDoAuth:
(&(uid=%u)(|(allowedServices=*FTP*)(!(allowedService=*))))
To emulate deniedServices checking, use this search filter:
(&(uid=%u)(!(deniedServices=*FTP*)))
To emulate *both* allowedServices and deniedServices checking, use this
filter (beware line wrap):
(&(uid=%u)(|(allowedServices=*FTP*)(!(allowedService=*)))(!(deniedServices=*FTP*)))
v2.6.1:
* Fixed a bug that would prevent proper search scope selection.
v2.6:
* HomedirOnDemandSuffix - create an additional subdirectory in a user's home
directory (/home/user/anotherdirectory) on demand
* Minor group fixes/cleanups - supplementary groups now work properly
* Password {scheme}s are now treated in a case-insensitive manner.
* Password-hash support for any crypto method OpenSSL supports
To enable extended OpenSSL password hash support, edit mod_ldap.c and
uncomment #define HAVE_OPENSSL. You'll also need to edit Make.rules to
link against OpenSSL. Further details are provided in mod_ldap.c.
* Runtime search scope selection; one-level or subtree searches can be
selected from proftpd.conf.
v2.5.2:
* Fixed a bug that would allow unauthorized users to log in when mod_ldap
is used with other authentication modules and LDAPAuthBinds is set to on.
v2.5.1:
* Fixed a one-line bug that broke password authentication when AuthBinds
weren't being used.
v2.5:
* Authenticated bind support added. mod_ldap now fetches all user information
except for userPassword as the DN specified in LDAPDNInfo and then re-binds
to the LDAP server as the connecting user with the user-supplied password.
If the bind succeeds, the user is allowed to log in. This also has the
added advantage of allowing mod_ldap to support any password encryption
scheme that your LDAP server supports. Also, a privileged DN is no longer
needed to read the userPassword attribute from the LDAP server.
* Realized I wasn't checking the return value of find_config() for NULL
values, this would cause ProFTPD to segfault if certain config file
entries were not present.
* Removed debugging code that might contain NULL values; passing a NULL
value to printf() and friends under Solaris causes a segfault.
* Miscellaneous cleanups, code neatening.
v2.0:
* Config file syntax revamped:
LDAPServer localhost
LDAPDNInfo cn=your-dn,dc=horde,dc=net dnpass
LDAPQueryTimeout 5
LDAPDoAuth on "dc=users,dc=horde,dc=net"
LDAPDoUIDLookups on "dc=users,dc=horde,dc=net"
LDAPDoGIDLookups on "dc=groups,dc=horde,dc=net"
LDAPDefaultUID 35000
LDAPDefaultGID 1000
LDAPNegativeCache on
LDAPHomedirOnDemand on
LDAPDefaultAuthScheme clear
* Configurable LDAP query timeout [Peter Deacon <peterd@iea-software.com>]
* Cleartext password "encryption" scheme ("{clear}mypass")
* UID-to-name and GID-to-name lookups in directory listings
* Separate prefixes for user and group lookups
* Can turn on/off UID-to-name and GID-to-name lookups independently
* Default [UG]IDs. Say you want to have a web-toaster type of deal, with
all users having the same [UG]IDs. Just don't put [ug]idNumber attrs in
your LDAP database for those users, and set these configuration
directives. Any user that doesn't have a [UG]ID in the LDAP database will
have that info filled in with the default [UG]ID.
* mod_ldap is now able to function in a pure virtual-user environment;
please note, however, that the loginShell LDAP attr still must be a
valid shell. You can turn this check off by saying RequireValidShell off
in your proftpd.conf
* allowedServices attr: (I broke with objectclass here, couldn't find
something that seemed to fit this.) This attribute contains a
comma-deliminated list of services to allow this particular user. The
string "FTP" corresponds to FTP service. If no allowedServices attr is
present, all services will be allowed.
* You can have alternate LDAP servers; just specify LDAPServer "host1
host2"; [Peter Deacon <peterd@iea-software.com>]
* LDAPHomedirOnDemand to automatically create home directories in a
virtual-user environment. [patch: Bert Vermeulen <bert@be.easynet.net>]
* LDAPDefaultAuthScheme to select the authentication scheme to use when
no {prefix} is present in a user's userPassword LDAP attr.
[patch: Bert Vermeulen <bert@be.easynet.net>]
* Virtual hosting support may or may not work okay; theoretically, I think
adding LDAP configuration directives to a <VirtualHost> block will work,
but this hasn't been tested.
New Tested Platforms:
* Solaris 2.6 with Netscape Directory Server and the Mozilla LDAP C SDK,
available at http://www.mozilla.org/directory/csdk.html.
Peter Fabian <fabian@staff.matavnet.hu>
* Solaris 7 with gcc 2.95.1 and OpenLDAP 1.2.7
Ralf Kruedewagen <Ralf.Kruedewagen@meocom.de>
v1.2:
* made the variables for the config entries static
* moved the meat of the ldap querying code to a separate function, this
gets the individual getpw*() handlers down to about 15-20 lines each.
also paves the way for easy LDAP group lookups too.
* explicitly set ld = NULL in p_endpwent(), looks like ldap_unbind()
doesn't always set it to NULL, and bad things happen later.
* fixed a showstopper: if there's a user/group directive in proftpd.conf,
mod_ldap:getpwnam() will be called to look up the user. since the
LDAP config variables aren't initialized yet, the LDAP libraries crash
and burn upon encountering a NULL ldap_prefix. put some checks in
p_setpwent() to check for this and disable LDAP lookups before the
parent forks and the config is initialized. thanks to Sean Murphy
<smurphy@berbee.com> for sending me on this path.
* modified pw_auth() so that it will assume crypt() if there's no leading
{scheme} in the password returned by the LDAP query.
* pw_auth() turned off logging of unidentifiable password encryption
schemes; this would syslog the encrypted password returned by the ldap
server. many people have their logs tightened, but not all.
* a few miscellaneous changes & cleanups
v1.1:
* Added $Libraries$ directive to mod_ldap so the module is now entirely
self-contained.
* Changed one reference to sprintf() to snprintf() and changed uidstr
in p_getpwuid() to have a length of BUFSIZ.
* Added config option (LDAPNegativeCache) to turn LDAP negative caching
on and off. The default is off (don't do LDAP negative caching).
* Added entries to doc/Configuration.html for all the LDAP configuration
directives.
* MacGyver added mod_ldap to the ProFTPD CVS tree; proftpd-ldap-1.1
is now in sync with ProFTPD CVS.
v1.0:
* Initial release of proftpd-ldap
=========
4. Thanks
=========
* Everyone listed in mod_ldap.c for contributing code.
* James (james at wwnet dot net) for a copy of his LDAP module that he never
released
* Krzysztof Dabrowski (brush at pol dot pl) for some big virtual-user ideas
* Peter Deacon (peterd at iea-software dot com) for ideas
* Peter Fabian (fabian at staff dot matavnet dot hu) for ideas and a tested
platform
* Justin Hahn (jeh at profitlogic dot com) for good ideas and debate
* Ralf Kruedewagen (Ralf dot Kruedewagen at meocom dot de) for a tested
platform
* Steve Luzynski (steve at uniteone dot net) for extra help/testing/feedback
* Scott Murphy (smurphy at berbee dot com) for a trouble report
* Marcin Obara for lots of testing
* Miguel Barreiro Paz (mbpaz at edu dot aytolacoruna dot es) for a supported
platform and new supported LDAP server
* Everyone else who has sent feedback, bug reports, feature requests,
and ideas.
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