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SecurID authentication for OpenSSH

SecurID authentication for OpenSSH is done as a patch for the official portable release of OpenSSH. It is done as challenge response authentication and securid-1@ssh.com authentication (a non-standard solution provided in commercial implementations from F-Secure and SSH). All SecurID token states are covered (Next token code and New PIN). Privilege separation is fully supported.

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  •  01 Sep 2004 17:57

    Release Notes: The patch has been updated for OpenSSH 3.9p1.

    •  09 Mar 2004 22:01

      Release Notes: Modified for OpenSSH 3.8p1. securid-1@ssh.com authentication has been removed.

      •  27 Sep 2003 06:00

        Release Notes: "Shared logins" are now supported, which mean that SecurID tokens can be used to log in to an account shared by several people. It depends on the AuthSelection patch, which also makes it possible to specify server-supported authentication methods on a per user basis.

        •  10 Jun 2003 10:35

          Release Notes: This version supports OpenSSH 3.6.1p2. Privilege separation is fully supported.

          •  09 Apr 2003 21:16

            Release Notes: Updated for OpenSSH 3.6.1p1.

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