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HTML5 Token

For the record, our open-source HTML5 token was released in 2010 and is available on our sourceforge site: http://sourceforge.net/projects/wikid-twofactor/files/HTML5_Token_Client/.

Reporting via our API

Reporting is a fact of life. And to be honest, good reporting is good for security. In this post, we will take a look at the reports you can generate via the wAuth API to help monitor and manage your two-factor authentication installation.

PCI Compliance

If you are using the WiKID Strong Authentication System to meet the PCI-DSS requirement for two-factor authentication, you should upgrade to the latest version of the server.  We have a couple of fixes that popped in a scan.  See the Changelogs.  In particular, build 3.5.0-b1411 disabled unnecessary HTTP methods and 3.5.0-b1403 removed weak SSL ciphers from the WiKIDAdmin.

New Drupal two-factor module released - CMS authentication issues

WiKID is pleased to annouce the release of a two-factor authentication module for Drupal.

Are most people doing two-factor authentication right?

Needless to say we're big proponents of two-factor authentication around here. We also have a pretty broad spectrum of customers from large service providers pushing two-factor authentication out to customer to small businesses doing security for the first time thanks/due to PCI requirements. A lot of infosec rock stars talk about how PCI should be a floor and without disagreeing, we first hand see companies reaching that floor, called by some the 'information security poverty line' and know that it is a big improvement.

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