OpenSSH won't invoke PAM at all if public key (RSA) authentication is configured and the client presents a valid key. So if you use key-based auth, you can't enforce 2FA easily. One workaround for ...
Since the Yubikey NEO can be used as an OpenPGP card (see here) with three 2048 bit RSA keys, I thought about creating a CA from one of its public keys. Since the private key cannot be extracted ...
I have a YubiKey in my laptop (for testing) and accidentally broadcast my YubiKey password out to the Internet. Since this is only a test key, and has no access to anything of value, here are some ...
Given that security is only as secure as its weakest link, suppose I have website with additional authentication enabled in any of these ways: (example, multiple conditions may be required) ...
When should I issue more than one multi-factor device to a user? Is it OK to give several active tokens vs none at all?
Most of the conventional IT.Sec thinking I've seen says that a user can only have one multi factor authentication device. I'd like to challenge that defacto-thinking and ask if there is ever an ...
How do Yubi keys work? Are there any alternatives?