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OSPF Authentication Configuration

This will be brief, as there is not a whole lot to OSPF Authentication, just a few good to know debug / verification commands and a few commands to configure the authentication itself. 444 more words


Google plans to bring password-free logins to Android apps by year-end

Google’s plan to eliminate passwords in favor of systems that take into account a combination of signals – like your typing patterns, your walking patterns, your current location, and more – will be available to Android developers by year-end, assuming all goes well in testing this year. 646 more words


GSA Issues RFI For Solution to Tackle Counterfeit IT Products in Federal Supply Chain

The U.S. General Services Administration announced early last week it looking for a supply chain solution as part of a pilot program aimed at helping federal procurement professionals authenticate IT and communication products in the government’s supply chain. …

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DevCentral at Agility 2016 - Protecting Identities with BIG-IP

F5 Director of Systems Engineering, Gary Newe, explains how the BIG-IP platform can not only protect your credentials but also protect against malware insertion. Using BIG-IP APM’s VPE (Visual Policy Editor) administrators can add additional inspections during the pre-logon check to ensure the proper user gains the proper access. 36 more words


Custom Authentication in Oracle APEX

Authentication methods

APEX provides us with a couple of authentication schemes by default.
Some of which are:

  • Application Express – Every user must exist as an APEX user…
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2FA: Two Factor Authentication


Two-factor authentication (also known as 2FA or 2-Step Verification) is a technology that enables confirmation of a user’s claimed identity by utilizing a combination of two different user factors. 652 more words

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ADAL and how to sign in with Microsoft accounts in Xamarin.iOS

One the latest bits we added to HealthClinic.biz suite is Azure’s Active Directory Authentication (ADAL from now on). Basically, you can authenticate users by their Microsoft account, and let them access the app or not. 109 more words