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WiKID Strong Authentication server adds support for SAML Single Sign-On Service for Google Apps

We've added built-in support for Google Apps For Your Domain SAML/SSO to the community edition of the WiKID Strong Authentication server.  It's a pretty slick way of adding two-factor authentication to Google's services.  While I'm a big fan of the cloud, I also like having control and two-factor authentication gives you a lot more confidence about who is accessing your information in the cloud. 

New python-based command line software token

Our friends at Hurricane Labs have created a version of the WiKID PC software token in python.  

WiKID and Slackware

Another how-to on Howtoforge:  How to install WiKID Strong Authentication on Slackware.

Two-factor authentication on Slackware

We now have a how-to on running WiKID two-factor authentication on Slackware.   This content was contributed by a customer, just like the tutorial on running WiKID on Ubuntu.

Adding two-factor authentication to phpBB

In light of the recent phpBB password issues, I threw together a quick how to on adding two-factor authentication to phpBB. By quick I mean that I used radius at that apache level. You could also use the WiKID php network client.

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