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I'm extremely pleased with the recent customer growth we've had at WiKID. In particular, I'm pleased with the community that has developed, mostly on the #wikid IRC channel. While the PCI security requirements for merchants and payment processors continue to be a big driver for adoption of two-factor authentication, we see a great variety of deployment scenarios. We've tried to address the innumerable network configurations by writing what I think is a large number of how to add two-factor authentication to... whatever documents.

In addition to the how-tos on our site, we have published a number on Howtoforge:

These docs cover a lot of territory: two-factor for SSL-VPNs, IPSec, OpenVPN, Radius, Apache, LDAP, IIS, IAS, Cisco, Juniper, Watchguard, Nortel, Go-to-MyPC, Citrix, etc. Still, we can't cover all the bases. That's why I'm particularly pleased with the latest how-to: it was written and submitted by one of our customers. So, if you need VNC access to your desktop computers but your corporate policies forbid you from installing VPN software but will allow Putty, please enjoy How to configure WiKID with Putty, SSH for VNC.

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