privacyIDEA 3.1 has the most flexible policies to cope with every login situation. It allows easy migration from any proprietary 2FA system.
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.
Cornelius will give a talk about what’s new in privacyIDEA at the tübix in Tübingen. This will be things like: Event handler to trigger certain actions depending on events Improved certificate support Editable user resolvers – even in LDAP Improvements in the WebUI and policies Easy Migration with RADIUS passthru […]
Today we released privacyIDEA 2.11. You can download privacyIDEA from Github, install it from the python package index or via the launchpad repository on Ubuntu 14.04. Updating an Ubuntu installation from launchpad works out of the box. When updating a pip installation, please note that a new database table was […]
The migration process is well. Today I merged the version2 branch to the master branch. So go an visit the github repo. Check out privacyIDEA 2.0(dev) like this: git clone https://github.com/privacyidea/privacyidea.git cd privacyidea virtualenv venv source venv/bin/activate pip install -r requirements.txt ./manage.py createdb ./manage.py addadmin admin@localhost admin ./manage.py runserver If […]