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PCI on clound security & two-factor authentication

The PCI Council released guidance for virtual environments and cloud computing.  Of course, our interest is in two-factor authentication:

Downloads fixed

And thanks for the tip, mystery #wikid visitor. 

ViTM - The Vendor in the Middle

Enterprise security architects are traditionally very wary of systems that rely on 3rd parties for access, uptime or security. Ironically, many of these same architects deployed RSA SecurID systems not considering (or heavily discounting) the fact that RSA kept copies of the seeds for licensing purposes.

WiKID Strong Authentication Community Edition on the Amazon Cloud

We have created a public AMI version of the WiKID Strong Authentication System for Amazon's EC2 cloud offering.  While it is quite simple to install WiKID on a Redhat or Ubuntu linux AMI, we hope that this will make it even easier for people to learn about two-factor authentication.  

2-factor for Ubuntu just got easier

It's been busy around here.  Today we finally released our WiKID Strong Authentication server .debs for Ubuntu.  These packages have the same functionality as the RPMs, except that we don't currently have replication working (another story altogether).

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