Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a type of authentication that requires a user to provide two or more (mulitple) verification factors in order to gain access to data/resources/system,etc. In an identity and access management (IAM) policy, this type of security measure is more effective than a single password and is a must have for all organization looking to increase the security for their sensitive data and information.
A Multi-Factor authentication (MFA) method requires the user to authenticate themselves using two or more (multi) factors before accessing company resources, applications, servers, windows desktops, Remote desktop protocol (RDP), or VPNs. Users are required to submit extra verification factors in addition to their login and passwords when Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is enabled on those systems. These second-factor techniques might include Google/Microsoft authenticator, OTP via SMS, OTP over email, push notification, and many others.
With Multi-factor authentication (MFA) , an unauthorized person is more likely to have difficulty accessing a target, such as a location, a computing device, a network, or a database. Utilizing MFA aims to increase security and provide a layered defence so that, even if one factor (username-password) is stolen or a targeted cyber attacker manages to get past one barrier, they still have at least one more to overcome before successfully accessing the real targeted device. When opposed to ordinary username passwords, the second barrier is typically more difficult to get past. Know more about MFA
miniOrange Credential Provider for Microsoft Windows Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) and RDP MFA can be installed on Microsoft Windows Client and Server operating systems to enable the Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) to Remote Desktop (RDP), AD joined and local Windows Login. Windows MFA solution is also responsible for your User Management with a Microsoft Active Directory or a LDAP Directory. With this MFA solution, users will get easy access to the endpoints they need to access by increasing the identity assurance and reducing the risk and exposure. You can also enable offline access accordingly for secure authentication. With miniOrange's advanced MFA solution organizations are able to get secure access to all work machines, servers, applications, for all there users, from anywhere, with any device they choose.
Login to any workstation easily with multiple Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) options. The changed MFA preference is synced to all workstations in real time.
Configurable Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) enforcement for different types of users. For example, prompt MFA for Administrator and bypass MFA for Standard Users.
Have a single Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) for a particular machine when machines are not domain joined and have generic non unique usernames such as admin, administrator, etc.
Enforce MFA even if the device is disconnected from the internet. Use soft tokens, authenticator apps and backup codes when machine is offline.
Enforce MFA for RDP Sessions, VPN and VDI (Citrix, Microsoft RDS, VMware Horizon, etc.) systems
The user can login to machine using account on any trusted domains (AD joined or Azure AD joined) or using a Windows local account.
miniOrange MFA module can be installed on all Linux server operating systems to enable the Multi-factor authentication (MFA) on SSH connection to the servers.
miniOrange integrates with Jamf Connect and JAMF Pro to enable Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) on login to MacOS Operating systems.
miniOrange Radius module integrates with Microsoft Remote Desktop Web Access (RD Web) to enable Two Factor or Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) for the users logging into the Remote Desktop Web Access page in his/her browser or the start menu.
miniOrange integrates with Remote Desktop Gateway to enable Two Factor or Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) for RDP logons and Remote App Access logons and secures the critical resources located within the network.
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