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A whole bunch of Cisco Two-factor Tutorials

We've spent some time in our lab with a Cisco ASA 5500 series VPN and we have posted a few of tutorials:

X2Go on Centos

I recently did a tutorial on how to add two-factor authentication to X2Go via pam-radius on Ubuntu.  I've been playing with X2go since then on CentOS. I've released the packer.io scripts that I used to create my X2Go virtual boxes on Github. In addition, since packer can output AMIs, we've released a public AMI of the output. It is ami-c854d7a0 (based on a Rightscale image).

Our big list of two-factor authentication tutorials

There's a great new site promoting the use of two-factor authentication by various web services: http://twofactorauth.org/.

New server update

The latest release of our two-factor authentication server is a strong one.  We focused on speed enhancements and usability for some of our large (meaning multi-thousand users) enterprise customers.  It is capable of performing close to 500 authentications per minute in replication mode and well over 1000 per minute in stand-alone mode.

iPhone token woes

Last night Apple published what we thought was a minor update to our iPhone/iPad software token.  This morning we started getting reports of trouble.  We pulled the software token from the app store as soon as possible.  The apple store has no option to revert to the old binary, sadly.  If you had the token set to auto-update, then you may no longer be able to get an one-time passcode from your WiKID server.   There are two options: You can delete the domain on your token and re-register or you can wait for an update, which we are feverishly working on.

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