How To Set Up A Web-Based Enterprise Password Manager Protected By Two-Factor Authentication



How To Set Up A Web-Based Enterprise Password Manager Protected By Two-Factor Authentication

While it is great that more services such as Facebook and Google are
offering two-factor authentication, there are still plenty of services
that do not. What is the next best thing? Using a password manager and
incredibly complex passwords. A password manager allows you to use
different passwords at all the sites and services you visit, but it
creates a ‘keys-to-the-kingdom’ problem. This tutorial will show you
how to install the WebKeePass open-source web-based, enterprise password manager and how to protect it with two-factor authentication from WiKID Systems.
Note that we have not evaluated the security of WebKeePass – this
would certainly be worthwhile. Our primary selection criteria were:
open-source, multi-user and allowed for external authentication, in this
case via LDAP. Another option that looked promising was CorporateVault.

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