Kerberos is an authentication technology that supports the holy grail of
IT: SSO (single sign-on). PostgreSQL supports kerberos. Does the ODBC
driver support using kerberos on the client side so that once the user
has the kerberos ticket on their machine, a password doesn't have to be
sent to PostgreSQL (and thus getting SSO with the database)?
Haven't been able to find any documentation about this.
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