WiKID Strong Authentication System

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The WiKID Strong Authentication System is a public-key based two-factor authentication system. It is a flexible, extensible, and secure alternative to tokens, certs and passwords. Application amp; API support exists for Java, ASP, PHP, Ruby, OpenVPN, TACACS+, etc. Get our new eGuide on Adding Two-factor authentication to your network: http://www.wikidsystems.com/learn-more/two-factor-authentication-white-papers

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