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Why we're sponsoring SecurityBsides during DefCon

WiKID Systems is proud to be a corporate sponsor of BSidesLasVegas this year during DefCon.  I thought I would lay out why we think this is great opportunity:

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:

Please Nominate WiKID!

Please nominate WiKID for the Best Commmercial/Open Source Project on Sourceforge:

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. 

Two-factor authentication for Web-application developers

We've done some re-arranging in the documentation area, creating  a special how-to section for adding two-factor authentication to Web-enabled applications.  Currently, we have:

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