Not that i know of. At least for now.
I’m reading openldap manual and it says:
“The DIGEST-MD5 mechanism is the mandatory-to-implement authentication mechanism for LDAPv3. Though DIGEST-MD5 is not a strong authentication mechanism in comparison with trusted third party authentication systems (such as Kerberos or public key systems), it does offer significant protections against a number of attacks. Unlike the CRAM-MD5 mechanism, it prevents chosen plaintext attacks. DIGEST-MD5 is favored over the use of plaintext password mechanisms. The CRAM-MD5 mechanism is deprecated in favor of DIGEST-MD5.”
I was hoping that somehow i could setup openldap to support md5.
To clarify, this means that when you build/configured openLdap you decided to remove which authentication mechanism to use and therefore there’s no way for me to change it?