• POS null & authentication failure error

    Whenever I recharge my rynga VoIP with my global debit visa card in online an error message comes in my mobile number. That is POS null. authentication failure.

    DINUUZ5 pointsBadges:
  • What is the use of the “secret” displayed when setting up 2 Factor Authentication?

    Is there a purpose to the 'secret' that is always displayed when I take a picture of the QR code to setup a two-factor authentication on a non-Google site? Do I even need it? If I save it, wouldn't anyone be able to get in with the login code?

    ITKE354,205 pointsBadges:
  • What is the recommended way to enforce authentication and authorization for Heroku Celadon Cedar apps?

    For my identity and access management tool, I've been using OpenAM (for its container based policy agents). But now I need to switch since I believe it doesn't support Heroku Celadon Cedar stack. What's the best way / tool to enforce authentication for cedar deployed applications?

    ITKE354,205 pointsBadges:
  • Are reversibly encrypted passwords safe?

    I've noticed that in my event log, I keep getting this message when my router tries to use Radius for authentication. """The user could not be authenticated using Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP). A reversibly encrypted password does not exist for this user account. To ensure that...

    ITKE354,205 pointsBadges:
  • How does Google Authenticator work?

    I'm pretty new to Google Authenticator but I understand it's an alternative to SMS for 2Step verification. But the part I don't understand is that how is it possible that it works without connectivity? How can the server and mobile phone sync together to know which code is valid? I would appreciate...

    ITKE354,205 pointsBadges:
  • Is WEP shared key authentication secure?

    I'm pretty new to the security field and I've been reading up on wireless authentication / shared key authentication. It doesn't sound very secure to me. Basically, here's what I figured out: The station sends an authentication request to the access point. The access point sends challenge text to...

    ITKE354,205 pointsBadges:
  • What are the hardware requirements for implementing the FIDO U2F standard? Are there any issues with backwards compatibility?

    I'm thinking about revamping my personal OP-SEC in the near future but I need to make sure that the security token I get will be backwards compatible with the FIDO standard. Would anyone happen to know of what's required of hardware to implement FIDO U2F standard and if xNT is future-proof? Why...

    ITKE354,205 pointsBadges:
  • Is it ok to use a weak password as long as I have two-factor authentication?

    When it comes to passwords, I'm pretty strong. I never reuse passwords across sites and I try to use two-factor authentication when it's available. But I do realize that typing all those passwords is a problem. A good friend of mine asked me why I don't use a weak password when two-factor...

    ITKE354,205 pointsBadges:
  • My key fob system has been working fine. Is there any need to upgrade?

    I've noticed that my key fob system has been acting slowly but is still working pretty good. Should I upgrade or hold off?

    ITKE354,205 pointsBadges:
  • Are there any particular multifactor authentication issues to consider in the healthcare industry?

    A friend of mine is getting into the healthcare industry has some concerns, particularly when it comes to security. Are there any particular authentication issues that he needs to know about in the healthcare industry?

    ITKE354,205 pointsBadges:
  • How do I generate a Google application-specific password from a shell script?

    I've recently enabled two-factor authentication on Google, but no my Google export scripts aren't working. My computer is verified and trusted but, for some reason, the scripts are not. Basically, every time the CRON job is run, I keep getting this 'Google verification code' and the script fails....

    ITKE354,205 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the best way to generate a cryptographically secure token?

    In order to generate a 32 character token for access to our API, we've been using this: $token = md5(uniqid(mt_rand(), true)); But someone told us that this isn't the best way to secure it and that we should use this instead: openssl_random_pseudo_bytes What's the best way here? Thanks for the help.

    ITKE354,205 pointsBadges:
  • What is the correct way to log out of an HTTP authentication-protected folder?

    Does anyone know of the right way to log out of HTTP authentication protected folder? I understand there are workarounds but they can be dangerous too. Does anyone have a good solution?

    ITKE354,205 pointsBadges:
  • How do I create a SAML authentication request using Windows Identity Foundation?

    I'm trying to use an API to create SAML authentication requests and receive/interpret the SAML responses but I'm not sure of the best way to do this. I've figured out how to receive and interpret the responses. Can someone point me in the right direction on using APIs to create SAML requests. Thank...

    ITKE354,205 pointsBadges:
  • Are there any alternatives to multifactor authentication that protect user information as well?

    Does anyone happen to know if there are any alternatives out there to multifactor authentication that will protect user information as well?

    ITKE354,205 pointsBadges:
  • What does RESTful Authentication mean and how does it work? 

    Does anyone know what RESTful authentication means and how it works? I've been searching but can't find much on it. The only understanding that I have is that you pass the session key in the URL. Am I on the right track here? Thanks so much.

    ITKE354,205 pointsBadges:
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of using key files for web authentication?

    We have a corporate web mail site (that uses PHP and MySQL) for specific users of our company who are working remotely with the web portal. Each user has a password and login. Now, I'm thinking about replacing using text passwords with a key file. Would this type of authentication be more secure...

    ITKE354,205 pointsBadges:
  • Digital signature and entity authentication

    What is used to create a digital signature?

    michaelasmoah10 pointsBadges:
  • Should I use FIDO U2F even if it is not yet the standard?

    I'm working on a security project for my organization and I'm wondering if I should use Fido U2F even if it's not the standard anymore. I would appreciate any advice.

    ITKE354,205 pointsBadges:
  • Tacacs and authentication on Cisco routers

    We have ACS 3.X server for tacacs + and radius authentication in our LAN switches. Right now I'm able to login through tacacs+ only. I want to enable tacacs+ as well as local telnet login. This will help me to login in switches if the tacacs will fail.

    Ekansh400 pointsBadges:

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