Secure Mobile Access 100 10.2 Administration Guide

Two-Factor Authentication Overview

Two-factor authentication is an authentication method that requires two independent pieces of information to establish identity and privileges. Two-factor authentication is stronger and more rigorous than traditional password authentication that only requires one factor (the user’s password).

SonicWall Inc.’s implementation of two-factor authentication partners with two of the leaders in advanced user authentication: RSA and VASCO.

Two RADIUS servers can be used for two-factor authentication, allowing users to be authenticated through the Web portal or with a Secure Mobile Access client such as NetExtender.

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