The Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) is a protocol that communicates with applications and sensitive user data across directory services.
What is LDAP?
- Active Directory and OpenLDAP are the two most popular directory services that communicate with LDAP
- LDAP is also used as an authentication mechanism
- SASL is the most secure mechanism for LDAP authentication
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