All releases of WiKID Two-Factor Authentication System

  •  18 May 2011 12:54
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    Release Notes: A bug where non-dedicated tokens had no drop-down box to select domain was fixed.

    •  17 May 2011 15:41
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      Release Notes: A UI issue that caused a problem when more than one pre-registered domain existed has been fixed.

      •  12 May 2011 12:51
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        Release Notes: Handling of DNS error redirection was improved.

        Release Notes: New packaging: .debs for Ubuntu are available. Domains can be limited to wireless, locked, and wireless or locked tokens. Minor bugfixes. Minor UI fixes.

        •  09 May 2011 20:58
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          Release Notes: This release adds support for multiple domain pre-registration, which is useful for larger 2-factor deployments and complex authorization situations. There are minor UI updates/fixes, and some other bugfixes.

          •  27 Apr 2011 14:13
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            Release Notes: An option was added to delete domain info if you have forgotten the passphrase to unlock the token, after 5 attempts.

            •  25 Apr 2011 13:19
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              Release Notes: The Ruby code was updated to enable registering users into groups. Two-factor authentication can be added to your Ruby application with this code.

              •  19 Apr 2011 13:28
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                Release Notes: Broken Unicode was fixed in the Brazilian Portuguese translation. The path to dpkg was made explicit. A typographical error in the build script was fixed. %dir was added to /bin of the spec file for usogres inclusion. The radserver jar was updated to fix a slow radius start bug. The build file was updated to add wClient jar. An example for using wClient was added.

                •  14 Apr 2011 15:22
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                  Release Notes: This RPM has the binaries used for tacacs and replication. A minor update was made. A build issue that dropped a file was fixed.

                  •  23 Mar 2011 16:22
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                    Release Notes: Updates for the Locked token client: a fix for broken Unicode in the Portuguese Brazilian translation. An updated build file. A bugfix in the location flag. A change in Token (.wkd file) location logic. N.B.: The WiKID token uses Asymmetric encryption keys that are generated on the device. They are not stored anywhere, except on the token and on the WiKID server in your environment.

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