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Yubikey and Drupal

I received my Yubikey in the mail today.  This is a neat little device for multi-factor authentication and one that I’ll be writing about more later.

I’ve been experimenting with Drupal and found a module for Drupal that implements Yubikey authentication!  It can support both two-factor authentication (password and one-time-password (OTP) from a token) or authentication from just the token.  Setup was easy and once I figured out that my server wasn’t using PHP4, which had to be upgraded to PHP5, implementing the module and setting up the users was a snap!

If you have a Drupal installation you might consider augmenting your authentication security by using a Yubikey.

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Sparks’ Fedora Project Journal by Eric H Christensen is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.

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