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What are WiKID "Domains"?

A WiKID Strong Authentication Server is capable of managing multiple domains. A domain segregates users with respect to access and security. For example, remote office users would be associated with a VPN domain that granted access through a Cisco ASA service. Remote access to the Cisco ASA itself could be granted to administrators using a separate domain. Each domain can have different security elements such as PIN length, passcode lifetime, maximum bad PIN attempts, etc.

The WiKID client is capable of working with domains across multiple authentication servers, even from different enterprises, with no reduction in security. Thus WiKID is ideally suited for the Internet age.

On what platforms/OSs/ devices will the WiKID client run?

Since most of the security is really on the WiKID server, the WiKID Two-factor Client itself is fairly simple and we are able to support a broad number of device types. We have java software tokens  Windows, Mac and Linux and tokens for Windows Mobile, iPhone/iPad, Android, and Blackberry.

I have lost the passphrase for my token. Can I get it back?

Or "I need to reset my token passphrase. How do I do it?"

Do you have packages for Debian, Ubuntu, BSD, etc?

Do you also offer a hardware token?

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