By superpat on Aug 03, 2009
Bruno Bonfils ('asyd') describes how he's using OpenSSO, OpenID and Yubikey for cheap, secure personal single sign-on.
I just committed a new OpenSSO Extension - the Yubikey Authentication Module (README, source). The authentication module prompts the user for their username and the one time password (OTP) from the Yubikey, calls the Yubikey authentication server to verify the OTP and authenticates the user (or not!) according to the response.
If you have a Yubikey, grab the authentication module, deploy it (see the README) and let me know how you get on.
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