Is it possible to lock down Pidgin?

Kevin Hamilton kevin.hamilton at connectyourhome.com
Mon Sep 19 11:22:28 EDT 2011


Great,
   Thanks for your assistance! As Richard has stated, the request is not 
the intended functionality of the software, and therefore we are 
currently exploring alternative solutions before determining which 
software to integrate into the office. At the end of the day, management 
determines which software we are going to incorporate. If this is what 
they want, then at least we know it can be done without breaking 
dependencies! You have been a great help. Technical support is 
phenomenal, I cannot thank you enough! Saved me a lot of time!

Regards,
   Kevin

On 9/18/2011 2:43 AM, David Woolley wrote:
> Richard Laager wrote:
>> On Sat, 2011-09-17 at 17:08 -0700, Mark Doliner wrote:
>>> Or you could
>>> just remove the appropriate shared libraries for each protocol plugin
>>> after building.
>> Or just remove the files after running the installer.
>>
> The more difficult bit will be blocking access to other XMPP services.
> That might be easier done in the firewall.
>
> Generally forcing a multi-service client to only access one service is
> going against the fundamental concept of the software, so it will not
> have been designed to help that, although it will always be possible to
> add extra validation to the source code to achieve it.
>



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