In this post which is part of the series on how to import YubiRadius, a Free Radius appliance implementing OTP validation, into Xen Open source Hypervisor, we will extract the files from the VMware image and build a .tar file to eventually unpack it in a DomU .img
Yubico distributes its YubiRadius appliance in 2 formats: OVF and VMware. I was able to extract the appliance (more…)
This post is part of a series of posts on how to import YubiRadius, a Free Radius appliance implementing OTP validation, into Xen Open source Hypervisor.
This first step in our quest to build our authentication server, actually has little to to with YubiRadius but a lot with running a para-virtual guest domain. We will then use the resulting (more…)
This post introduces a series of posts on how to import YubiRadius, a Free Radius appliance implementing OTP validation, into Xen Open source Hypervisor.
Yubico makes available a preconfigured appliance called YubiRadius that allows Authentication and Authorization using their Yubi Key token and implements the Radius protocol (which can be used by other devices to exchange AAA information).
This appliance is based on FreeRadius, Apache, Open LDAP and runs on a Debian Squeeze distribution.
The appliance (more…)
This post set the foundation concepts for strong authentication methods for their perspective implementation through the conversion of YubiRadius, a VMware appliance based on Free Radius end implementing OTP validation, into Xen Open source Hypervisor.
Do we need strong authentication?
Bottom Line Up Front (more…)
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