The following applications can be easily used with privacyIDEA. Usually there are plugins to add the two factor authentication to these applications and have the second factor of the user managed within privacyIDEA. If you know of additional applications, please contact us. We are happy to add them here.
The applications are in alpabetical order.
There is a plugin to allow two factor authentication with the PHP content management system.
Dokuwiki is a lightweight PHP wiki application. A plugin enables two factor authentication against privacyIDEA.
LDAP Account Manager
OTRS is a ticket system written in Perl. The privacyIDEA project has a plugin to add two factor authentication to OTRS.
NetKnights GmbH provides a plugin to add two factor authentication to ownCloud. Also works with Nextcloud.
simpleSAMLphp is an SAML framework, which provides libraries, IdP and SP written in PHP. The privacyIDEA project comes with a plugin to add two factor authentication to simpleSAMLphp.
privacyIDEA also comes with a plugin to add two factor authentication to the PHP content management system TYPO3.
Add enterprise ready two factor authentication to WordPress using the two factor plugin for privacyIDEA.
There is a solution to add second factor to Zimbra with privacyIDEA.
Basic Authentication with Apache2 with two factor authentication against privacyIDEA.
The privacyIDEA FreeRADIUS Plugin add two factor authentication to the FreeRADIUS server. Using RADIUS you can connect any arbitrary firewall or VPN.
Microsoft ADFS (SAML)
A plugin for Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS / SAML) to add two factor authentication with privacyIDEA.
Microsoft Windows Desktop Login
The privacyIDEA Credential Provider adds two factor authentication to the Windows Desktop Login.
A script for basic authentication with NGinX.
There are different ways to connect OpenVPN to privacyIDEA and add two factor authentication to OpenVPN. E.g. you can use the PAM stack or RADIUS.
The privacyIDEA PAM module adds two factor authentication to the Linux Desktop, SSH or any other Linux service using PAM.