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Google Apps security

Following up on our tutorial on adding two-factor authentication to Google Apps, the Google Security team has posted some thoughts on HTTPS security for Google apps and there is an interesting survey about authentication you should take if you use Google apps.  The survey results are available here.

The Two-Factor Authentication You Want At the Open Source Price Tag You Need

Our partners at Hurricane Labs will be giving a two-part presentation this Friday on the new R70 from Checkpoint and on WiKID Systems:

The ultimate target may not be you

Small-to-medium sized businesses often assume that they are not important enough to attract attackers.  Yet, here's an example of corporate espionage where the attacker stole username and passwords for webmail accounts at a small marketing firm doing work for a large electronics manufacturer:

iPhone Software Token updated

Apple has released the updated iPhone Software Token.  This update fixes various bugs.

VMware image for the Community Edition released

We have just released a VMware image of the WiKID Strong Authentication Server Community Edition.  While we have offered up the Enterprise version of our two-factor authentication server as a VMware image for some time, this is the first for the open-source community server.  The reason for the delay was Sun's restrictive licensing for thier JDK.   OpenJDK has made great strides recently and seems to do the job.  While I would hesistate to use it in a corporate production environment, it is a great way to test WiKID. 

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