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Getting the most out of your two-factor authentication

I always liked that idea of dropping all your firewall rules and only opening the ports back up when users complain. Maybe it's not practical or politically wise, but it would surely increase your knowledge about your network. The core idea is to disrupt flows and see what happens. Make your monitoring and reporting easier.

New Amazon AMI for the Open-source Community Edition

Thanks to the good people at packer.io,  we are creating a whole new set of virtual appliances for the WiKID Two-factor Authentication server.

New WiKID Chrome app software token released

WiKID continues to advance two-factor authentication by creating the first software tokens for new platforms (fat lot of good the Mobitex Blackberry token did us).

Two-factor authentication in a flash with virtual appliances

We've released new WiKID virtual appliances for our open-source two-factor authentication server. We have had these in the past, but lacked a way to consistently create them.  Now we are using Packer to create our virtual images.  Look for more options soon as this tool is quite interesting and powerful.

More proof that you can't rely on someone else for your security

Here's the latest example of improperly relying on a third party for your two-factor authentication.

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