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KeyIdentity MFA platform

After contacting us we provide you with the installer and a Quick Start Guide for a quick and easy installation of your KeyIdentity Smart Virtual Appliance. The Quick Start Guide guides you step-by-step from installation through basic configuration to your first token and the first successful authentication.

  • Here you will find the Quick-Start-Guide
  • Here you will find the installation instructions

Please note: Your test position is limited to 5 tokens.

Do you have any questions?

If you have any questions during installation or configuration, please do not hesitate to contact us. We help you to experience the easy rollout and the flexible possibilities of the KeyIdentity MFA platform.

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Howtos

Howto

Howto implement LinOTP in OpenVPN

This article describes how to improve the security of connecting VPN clients by implementing an additional security layer based on the two factor authentication provided by LinOTP.

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Connect FreeRADIUS to LinOTP via perl plugin

To improve security significantly of connecting clients (as ssh, openVNV or others) you can add an OneTimePassword based (additional) security layer provided by 'linotp' to your login procedures.

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Howto

Configure FreeRADIUS to return AVPs

This how-to describes the necessary configuration changes for the LSE Smart Virtual Appliance (SVA) to add RADIUS attribute value pairs (AVPs) to authentication responses depending on group memberships.

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Integration of LinOTP in SSH environment

This article describes how to implement LinOTP in your SSH environment by integrating the usage of OTPs into the PAM stack of a SSH server.

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Howto

Autoenrollment of Tokens via SMS or email

LinOTP can generate a One Time Password (OTP) for a token assigned to a user (stored in e.g. LDAP or AD) and for example send this OTP via email or SMS to the user. 

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Installation

Hier finden Sie den Installations-Guide für LinOTP der KeyIdentity MFA-Plattform. 

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