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Securing Remote User Authentication for VPN

A virtual private network (VPN) gives you online privacy and anonymity by creating a private network from a public internet connection. VPNs mask your IP (Internet Protocol) address and establish a secure and encrypted connection to provide greater privacy than even a secure Wi-Fi spot.

More importantly, as more users are working from home and expected to continue to work from home, VPNs...

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Tags: Authentication Security, IT Security, NAS, PortalGuard, remote access, OTP, Password Security, RADIUS, Remote Authentication, Single-Factor Authentication, Two-Factor Authentication, Virtual Private Network, VPN

by Tom Hoey 0 Comments

Secure User Authentication for VPN

PassiveKey for Virtual Private Network (VPN) provides the security of two-factor authentication by leveraging the end-user's device, which abolishes the needs for the need for a hardware token and “pay per use” software-based solution. This approach is simple, minimizing the impact on end-users while addressing the number one problem of network attacks by hackers worldwide.

VPNs allow end...

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Tags: Authentication Security, IT Security, NAS, PortalGuard, OTP, PassiveKey, Password Security, RADIUS, Single-Factor Authentication, Two-Factor Authentication, Virtual Private Network, VPN

by Tom Hoey 0 Comments

RADIUS Authentication Management

If you are in need of a remote authentication solution for your network, the RADIUS protocol is it.  To say that the RADIUS protocol is a ubiquitous approach to providing large-scale, centralized authentication management for internal or external networks, would be an understatement.  Widely used by ISPs and large enterprises to manage a variety...

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Tags: Access Client, Access Server, Centralized Authentication, ISP, MD5 Hashing Algorithm, NAS, RADIUS protocol, RADIUS Server, Access Point, RADIUS, RADIUS Client, Remote Authentication, Shared secret