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wikid-strong-authentication-firefox-extension

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Loyal blog readers, both of you, will you test the new WiKID Strong Authentication Firefox Extension? It's an aplha quality, but we are getting closer to beta.
Here are some details:
  • Semantic web functionality (Hat tip to MIT's Simile project!
    • Automatically recognizes WiKID-enabled websites and portals
    • Auto-populates registration codes and OTPs - no more 'fat fingers'
  • Password protected private keys
  • Multi-domain capable - no need for a token "key chain"
  • Open Source
  • Cross platform
  • Users can have more than one token client
  • Programmatically add new users for security and lower costs
This version is lacking some features, including domain deletion, mutual authentication, and there are some typos. Expect a new version in the next day or two.
As always, while we ask for your email address - we don't even have a newsletter yet, so don't worry about spam. The most you will get is a personal email from me asking for feedback (for example, should the windows be modal?).


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