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Old 08-04-2014, 05:41 PM   #1
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LXer: Manage Yubikeys for LUKS encryption with privacyIDEA

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So today we will show, how you can manage many yubikeys for many notebooks using privacyIDEA. privacyIDEA is an authentication system for two factor authentication - usually with OTP devices. In a recent version privacyIDEA started to not only answer authentication request, but it was also enhanced to be able to define client machines and add information, which authentication device could be used for an application on a client machine.



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