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Cisco Anyconnect with Safeword 2008

Posted on 2010-11-18
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hi..

i have a ASA 5505 Sec plus, and im using Cisco Anyconnect for remote access to my internal serveres. authenticating is done via AD authenticating (RADIUS)
I want to integrate Safeword 2008 tokens, for additional layer of security.
i have installed the safeword database and the Safeword Agent for NPS, now when i authendicate in my VPN client the AD password has been replaced with the Token passfrase.

my question is: is it possibel to add a third field so i can authendicate using AD loginname and password, and Security Token passfrase.
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mikebernhardt earned 500 total points
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Wait, you want AD password AND token? Why? Safeword replaces the AD password with one-time passwords, and also requires a PIN appended which is chosen by the user. The PIN is entered into the PIN field on the Safeword tab for the user in AD. This is the "something you have and something you know" philosophy.
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I don't think this is possible.
This feature is around for accessing webmail and (if i remember correctly) TS / Citrix.

But in my opinion you just want to stick to the login and Safeword generated code + static pin.
Hope it helped.
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by:kimhed
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hi..

yes i know the pin feature, just wanted to know if it was possible to add a 3 field option
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