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i want a https:// server setup for chaning linux passwds etc...  What software package should I get and where can i get it?

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It will never be secure.

You can create a small perl script which will do the thing,
just get the data you get, and throw'em to passwd program,
it's not a problem.
I don't know about any such package to download.
Again, it will never be secure to change passwords using web.
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