Secure remote access and web applications with two-factor authentication

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The use of strong authentication solutions is highly advisable, given the large number of successful hacker attacks on access credentials. Prominent victims of the recent past are Sony's PlayStation Network, Yahoo, and LinkedIn. The cost of implementing and operating a two-factor authentication solution is relatively low, considering the high damage potential of a successful hack against user data. Remote access connections and smaller web applications can be hardened for free with Google Authenticator and

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Thomas Zeller is an IT consultant and has been involved with IT security and open source for 15 years. He is the author and co-author of the books OpenVPN kompakt and Mindmapping mit FreeMind (both in German). In real life, he is the managing director of a medium-sized IT system integrator, where he is also responsible for the IT security division.

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