Monthly Archives: October 2015

5 posts

TSA tries to get grasp on second factor – taking simple measures

Two factor authentication or multi factor authentication is ment to raise the bar for attackers. They ought to sniff, brute-force or social-engineer your password and in addition steal or “borrow” your hardware token for a “test”. Still, I wish to think that the Yubikey – being the product of originally a sole Swedish company […]

Two-Factor-Authentication with OTP on CentOS 7

Attention: This HowTo is outdated! There is an improved HowTo included in the privacyIDEA documentation This Howto describes the setup of privacyIDEA on CentOS 7 including a FreeRADIUS 3 configuration. This Howto is provided by Patrick Hirschbühl. Thanks a lot for this contribution! privacyIDEA + MySQL on CentOS 7 Minimal […]