The WiKID Strong Authentication System is a public-key based two-factor authentication system. It is a flexible, extensible, and secure alternative to tokens, certs and passwords. Application & API support exists for Java, ASP, PHP, Ruby, OpenVPN, TACACS+, etc.

Read our eGuide on how to setup your network with two-factor authentication: http://www.wikidsystems.com/learn-more/two-factor-authentication-white-papers

Features

  • /wikid/ADRegister.jsp now allows users to add more than one software token.
  • Updated tomcat to 5.5.28 to address minor security issues.
  • Support for Tacacs, LDAP, Google Apps SAML
  • Simple, yet powerful API in Python, PHP, Ruby, Java & C#: Add two-factor to your apps
  • Java software token supports Windows, Mac, Linux
  • Highy scalable - 30-40 authentications per second
  • Each token supports multiple WiKID server domains
  • Each user can have more than one software token
  • Open source two-factor authentication!
  • We've updated the PHP package for the wAuth API. Add two-factor auth to your PHP web apps!
  • We've updated the Python wAuth API package. Add two-factor auth to your python apps.

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Intended Audience

System Administrators, End Users/Desktop, Security Professionals, Security

Programming Language

C, PHP, Ruby, Java

Database Environment

PostgreSQL (pgsql)

Registered

2005-07-27