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With Tectia ssh server Is it possible to use Public key authentication with a two factor authentication method like SecureID or MobileID or Google Authenticator?

This feature seems possible in OpenSSH 6.2

asked Mar 12 '14 at 04:27

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edited Mar 12 '14 at 04:34

Yes, you can use nested authentication methods with tectia.

For example this will require public user key auth first, then the second auth method that is nested inside the first "authentication-methods" tag, will prompt the user for a password.

 <authentication-methods login-grace-time="600">
  <authentication name="Default-Authentication" action="allow" password-cache="no">
   <auth-publickey require-dns-match="no" />
   <authentication name="authentication1" action="allow" password-cache="no">
    <auth-password failure-delay="2" max-tries="3" />

answered Mar 12 '14 at 19:31

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Thank you! I also found this link

(Mar 12 '14 at 19:59) Matt Matt's gravatar image

Yes Tectia supports 2 factor auth, please see the following links:

Link 1 Link 2 Link 3 Link 4


answered Mar 12 '14 at 16:18

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Joe - Tectia Support ♦♦

All of these links seem to indicate that the two factor is in combination with regular password login. Are you saying that its also possible in combination with Public Key? I want the user to login with his public key and then enter a pass. Both authentications must succeed before access is granted.

(Mar 12 '14 at 19:07) Matt Matt's gravatar image
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