Yes, Echidna supports biometric login to SharePoint by using Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) Plug-In where the Echidna server provides two-factor authentication (2FA), which is stronger than passwords. Continue reading “Can Echidna do biometric login to SharePoint?”
Yes, Echidna enables strong (2FA) two-factor authentication to access Google Drive by using Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) Plug-In. Continue reading “I use Google Drive for Cloud Storage and Disk Backups. Can I use Echidna to enable strong (2FA) two factor authentication to access Google Drive?”
Yes, Echidna supports biometric login to Salesforce by using Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) Plug-In where Echidna server provides second factor authentication (2FA) which is stronger than passwords. Continue reading “Does Echidna support biometric login to Salesforce?”
Yes, Echidna supports biometric login to Office 365 by using Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) Plug-In where the Echidna server is located on the premise enabling businesses using Office 365 to provide second factor authentication (2FA) that is stronger than passwords. By using Echidna’s ADFS Plug-In, users can authenticate into Office 365 using an Echidna supported security token, such as Salt Mobile on devices that support biometrics hardware for a biometric login.
Yes, Active Directory passwords can be validated via an LDAP bind to the directory. This allows AD to maintain control over the password policies, lockouts and expiry.
Echidna does not currently support PKI for standard user login authentication.
Yes, with additional components deployed. Many Wifi access points that support authentication via RADIUS require the use of the EAP-SSL or EAP-TLS protocol to protect that authentication traffic. Continue reading “Can I use Echidna to secure my Wifi network?”
Echidna can be used with a CheckPoint Firewall for delegated authentication via RADIUS.
Microsoft Universal Access Gateway can be configured to use Echidna through the RADIUS protocol for delegation of the login authentication.application when needed). This is an inherent limitation in the TMG API.
Microsoft Forefront can be configured to use Echidna through a custom TMG authentication filter. Continue reading “How can I use Echidna with Microsoft Forefront (TMG)?”