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X.509 certificates are back

I have noticed lately that more and more customers start asking questions about how to implement X.509 certificates for authentication and Single Sign-On.

What an interesting development!?! 297 more words

Security

The Future of Authentication

Computers have a hard time verifying human identity, or even identifying machines that are posing as humans. This poses a great challenge to engineers who want to create secure and usable computer systems. 1,307 more words

Modern authentication in Skype for Business

You have probably heard about modern authentication, there’s a lot of talk about it. Especially when it comes to Office 365 and Azure. You might have seen the acronym ADAL which is the Active Directory Authentication Library which is modern authentication. 317 more words

Authentication

RIPv2: Authentication

RIPv2 authentication requires the use and creation of keys and also requires authentication to be enabled on an interface.  Keys can be clear text or encrypted with Md5. 147 more words

RIPv2

เครือข่าย PlayStation กำลังนำการยืนยันตนสองทาง (Two-factor authentication) หรือ 2FA มาใช้

การยืนยันตนสองทาง หรือ 2FA จะถูกนำมาใช้บนเครือข่ายของ PlayStation เพื่อความปลอดภัยมากขึ้นกับผู้ใช้

โดยข่าวนี้ถึงออกสู่สายตาประชาชนวันแรกเมื่อวันที่ 19 เมษายน ที่ผ่านมา หลังจากผู้ใช้คนหนึ่งโพสข้อความบน ทวิตเตอร์ และแชร์รูป พร้อมกับข้อความ “More proof about #PSN 2-step verification This is form PS3 after today’s v4.80” 37 more words

News

No-Password authentication

Passwords are troublesome. I can tell they’re troublesome because most website have the “Lost your password?” button readily available. Because password tends to be lost, or forgotten, or entered via keyboard with different layout (Try using the “£” symbol and good luck to all american-keyboards users). 426 more words

Web Development

Verizon Says Passwords are Not Enough

Lately, I’ve been spending a lot of time performing static code security assessments of web applications. That leads to working with developers and those who work around them. 193 more words

Application Security