Re: [Full-disclosure] Secure OWA



SecurID cards (or any other two-factor authentication) with SSL VPN would
be your best bet.




"Brendan Dolan-Gavitt" <mooyix@xxxxxxxxx>
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08/25/2006 10:54 AM

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"Lohan Spies" <lohan.spies@xxxxxxxxx>
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Re: [Full-disclosure] Secure OWA






One possibility is to consider doing a two-stage authentication
scheme, where the user first authenticates with (say) an RSA SecurID
token, and then after authenticating there gets forwarded to the usual
OWA login page (all SSL encrypted of course!). I've seen this used
with good results.

-Brendan

On 8/25/06, Lohan Spies <lohan.spies@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:



Hi there,



Could someone please provide me with products or solutions that can
secure
OWA authentication?



The client is already utilizing smartcards with certs for the internal
network authentication.



The problem is that the client needs another form of authentication
against
the OWA instead of passwords or smartcards.



The end-users must also be able to use public computers to authenticate
against OWA. (i.e. no card readers etc)



Something like OTP? Maybe one of you had the same scenario and can point
me
to the solutions / products you used!



Regards
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