LinOTP – Quick Start Guide
This Quick Start Guide is divided into two parts and an appendix:
- Part 1 describes the access and setup of the appliance via the web-based configuration tool.
- Part 2 explains the installation of the license file as well as the rollout of the tokens.
Here you can find the LinOTP Management Guide.
The LinOTP Development Guide explains the interfaces you need to know, if you plan to develop additional modules for LinOTP.
How to 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.
Connect FreeRADIUS to LinOTP via perl plug-in
To improve the security of connecting clients (such as ssh, openVNV or others) significantly, you can add an one-time password-based (additional) security layer provided by LinOTP to your login procedures.
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.
Integration of LinOTP in SSH environments
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.
Auto enrollment of tokens via SMS or e-mail
LinOTP can generate a one-time password (OTP) for a token assigned to a user (stored e.g. in LDAP or AD) and – for example – send this OTP via e-mail or SMS to the user.
Here you can find the installation guide for the LinOTP KeyIdentity MFA platform.
KeyIdentity Authentication Provider
This data sheet gives you an overview of the KeyIdentity Authentication Provider for the operating system Microsoft Windows.
LinOTP data sheet
LinOTP is the innovative and flexible OTP platform for strong user authentication.
KeyIdentity push token
Convenient MFA authentication for logins and transactions in one step.