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wikid-tokens-for-mac-os-x

We realized that our current two-factor software token requires Java 1.6, which is not yet available on OS X. I've added links on the token download page to the last token client which supports Java 1.5 in a plain jar and as an installer jar. Apologies to any Mac users that had trouble with the token.

wikid-tricks-for-your-thumb-drive


It's all about thumb drives these days. In particular, today. I spent a lot of time today talking to one our our OEM partners about where they ordered custom logo USB drives for one of their customers so I could get a quote for one of our prospects who also wants custom logo USB drives for an online banking application. Now, I see that we have a small mention in 12 Tricks To Teach Your USB Thumb Drive (#9). I'm not sure it's accurate, though. It seems to suggest that you can secure your PC with WiKID. Really, WiKID is a form of two-factor authentication meant to help secure network based communications services such as VPNs and websites. The article mentions that, but I think it's a bit unclear. WiKID can be used to add two-factor authentication to GoToMyPC but only their corporation version using radius, which also means using our Enterprise version.

wikid-two-factor-authentication-server-now

Just a quick couple of WiKID updates:

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