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squid-and-wikid

My how-tos on configuring Squid and Freeradius for two-factor authentication are up at Howtoforge.

student-interest-in-wikid

We get a good number of hits from .edu domains and I was recently asked by a student about using WiKID for a class project on two-factor authentication. This is great and highly encouraged. Feel free to download the commercial server and test it for educational purposes. Obviously, you can really look under the hood of the open source version

tacacs-the-good-and-the-bad

The good news is that the 3.0.1 release of the WiKID Strong Authentication server has improved support for TACACS+. You can now create a file in /opt/WiKID/private called tacacs.local and it's contents will appear in the tacacs.conf file, allowing finer grain control of permissions, etc.

tell-us-what-you-want-poll-or-comments

A key strength of WiKID is it's ability to handle multiple domains across multiple servers. We can guess at some of the key apps that people will want to have two-factor authentication, but it's better to just ask.

testing-two-factor-authentication-just-got-easier

I'm pleased to announce that we have just released a version of the WiKID Strong Authentication Server as a Parallels virtual appliance. We get a lot of Mac users to the site and this virtual appliance offering gives them a quick and easy way to test WiKID - as well as for Windows and Linux users of Parallels workstation.

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