Flexible and individual Workflows Today we release privacyIDEA 3.2. Two new event handler modules allow for even more flexible workflows. Integrating with external logging tools like Logstash or Splunk are much easier now using the container audit module and the file audit module. Using Trusted JWTs makes it much more […]
With privacyIDEA 2.22 we added the possibility to pass more useful userinformation to a RADIUS client like a VPN. The administrator can add a policy to include the resolver and the realm of a user who authenticated successfully. This response data can then be used in the FreeRADIUS plugin and modified by regular expressions to add any arbitrary RADIUS attribute in the RADIUS response, which then would be sent to the VPN. This additional information can be used by Cisco ASA, Citrix Netscaler or any other enterprise grade VPN to put the user into certain subnets or to assign resource to the user.
You want to use two factor authentication for all your users? But you are always wondering how you should enroll an authentication device to every single of your users? Existing solutions do not provide convenient ways to equip thousands of users easily with a second factor? Using automated processes with […]
Today we released privacyIDEA 2.21. It is available in the Ubuntu repositories for Ubuntu 16.04LTS and 14.04LTS. You can also update and install privacyIDEA on any distribution via the Python Package Index. Secure Rollout of a smartphone app The central new feature of privacyIDEA 2.21 is the possibility to enroll […]
privacyIDEA comes with a great feature: The event handling framework. So learn more about the unlimited power of the event handling framework and how to use its flexibility to get a privacyIDEA setup, which fits your needs. Event Handling Framework When speaking of software or products the term “framework” might raise […]