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privacyIDEA Credential Provider
Multi Factor Authentication at the Windows desktop – remote or local
In the new version of the privacyIDEA Credential Provider, the administrator can now set the two-factor authentication for remote and local logins separately.
privacyIDEA is officially “Citrix Ready”
Citrix Netscaler and ADC work perfectly with the multi factor authentication system privacyIDEA.
More flexibility using multi challenge and new token types
Multi-Factor-System privacyIDEA 3.4 released
With the new release, the open source provider offers companies new flexible authentication mechanisms and means for very special requirements and usage scenarios. Among other things, users have more freedom in designing authentication workflows and using their own token types. Other features of privacyIDEA 3.4 include a new dashboard for a better overview of the system and an enhanced push token.
privacyIDEA Credential Provider
Two-Factor Authentication at the Windows Desktop – Offline
The new version 3.0 of the privacyIDEA Credential Provider is available now. It allows easy authentication with push notifications via smartphone and offline functionality with HOTP tokens like the Yubikey.
WebAuthn
privacyIDEA 3.3 allows central management of WebAuthn tokens
Open source security specialist NetKnights has released a new version of its multi-factor authentication software privacyIDEA. The new version allows organizations to centrally manage users' WebAuthn tokens in privacyIDEA, making modern authentication technologies available to the enterprise. A new event handler module will also allow individual connection to central logging systems such as Logstash or Splunk.
Event
privacyIDEA at Chemnitzer Linux Tage 2020
Once again, privacyIDEA will be at the Chemnitzer Linux Tage, CLT2020. This time Cornelius Kölbel will talk about two-factor authentication (2FA) in the Single Sign-On (SSO) context.