A common problem in PHP is creating cryptographically secure tokens for user authentication. Think "remember me" and password reset features. Functions like rand(), mt_rand() and uniqid() simply aren't enough. And, without "resource-improbable" tokens... it's only a matter of time for a hacker to break your authentication and get int your application. Fortunately, PHP 5.6 and 7 have added the necessary functions for us to creating cryptographically secure tokens, prevent timing attacks and mitigate data hacks. That latest in all this in this episode. Show notes and sources: https://www.johnmorrisshow.com/240 #php #webdev
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User Authentication - Authentication Tokens, Types pf Tokens – Challenge/Response and Time Based Tokens Keywords: Authentication Tokens in Security Token based Password Management Challenge/Response Based Token Time Based Token Network Security Notes
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In this presentation, Les will demystify HTTP Authentication and explain how the Next Big Thing - Token Authentication - can be used to secure web applications on the JVM, REST APIs, and 'unsafe' clients while supporting security best practices and even improving your application's performance and scale. http://www.meetup.com/sfjava/ Java Training from NewCircle: https://newcircle.com/category/java
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Regulating Crypotographic Tokens: From Satoshi Dice to the DAO by Jonathan Klinger, Cyberlaw Attorney The lecture was presented at the 6th Technion Summer School on Cyber and Computer Security held Sept. 10 – 14, 2017 at Technion. The summer school theme was Decentralized Cryptographic Currencies and Blockchains.
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Spending too much time working on a custom authentication scheme for your API? Concerned about how secure your one-off implementation actually is? Learn more about the Hawk HTTP authentication scheme. It provides partial cryptographic verification for both requests and responses and it is supported by multiple languages. With Hawk securing your HTTP API you can rest easy knowing that your server and clients can trust the data they share so that you can focus on building your application's killer features. https://joind.in/talk/view/14270 Slides : https://beau.io/talks/2015/05/12/securing-your-http-api-with-hawk-phptour-luxembourg-2015/ Cette vidéo vous a plu ? Adhérez à l'AFUP pour soutenir son activité : http://afup.org/pages/site/?route=vie-associative/56/devenir-membre Nous cherchons des sponsors et des conférenciers pour le prochain Forum PHP : http://www.forumphp.org Captation & montage : http://www.dfusion.fr/
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Kerberos - Authentication Server , DataBase and Ticket Granting Service are combined and implemented as kerberos. Secure Authentication Message Exchanges client -- Authentication Server Authentication Server -- Client Client -- Ticket Granting Serverr Ticket Granting Server -- Client Client -- Server Server -- Clent for Mutual Authentication
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Signify, The Secure Autrhentication Service - CEO Dave Abraham explains how RSA SecurID tokens work. He examines the technology behind them and why their are the market-leading two-factor authentication token. For further information visit www.signify.net
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How to configure Persistent Token Remember-Me authentication Remember-me authentication is a solution for websites to remember the identity of a user between sessions. In the tutorial, JavaSampleApppoach will show you how to configure persistent token remember-me authentication with Spring Boot. Link: http://javasampleapproach.com/spring-framework/spring-security/configure-persistent-token-remember-me-authentication-persistent-token-approach-spring-boot#51_Check_with_normal_cookie I. Technologies – Java 1.8 – Maven 3.3.9 – Spring Tool Suite – Version 3.8.1.RELEASE – Spring Boot: 1.5.1.RELEASE – MySQL database II. Practices – Persistent Token Remember-Me authentication Step to do – Create SpringBoot project – Create Controller & Views – Setup MySql database configuration – Configure remember-me security – Run & Check results
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At 4:30: A mistake: step 3: When the file server gets the token, it "decrypts" (not "encrypts") the token with the secret key shared with TGS. In Greek mythology, Kerberos is a dog with three heads. But today I will not talk about the dog. Kerberos is an authentication protocol for client/server applications. I will demonstrate with an example how Kerberos works. Keep in mind, Kerberos implements private key encryption. Playlist: Basic Cryptography https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vk3py9M2IfE&list=PLSNNzog5eyduN6o4e6AKFHekbH5-37BdV Advanced Cryptography: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmA2QWSLSPg&list=PLSNNzog5eydtwsdT__t5WtRgvpfMzpTc7 Please leave comments, questions and Please subscribe to my channel Many thanks, Sunny Classroom
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http://www2.safenet-inc.com/sas/index.html - SafeNet Authentication Service (SAS) changes the way you manage authentication by automating virtually every aspect of user and token management, allowing companies to reduce authentication management costs by up to 60 percent and free up IT administrators. SafeNet Authentication Service automation capabilities enable IT administrators to manage by exception versus managing every instance, freeing up valuable time.
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Requested By Liam McClelland Request Your Own Video Tutorial: https://www.myphpnotes.tk/RequestTutorial Learn more about Composer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=darYWb_Oml0 Learn more about Virtualhosts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBjirLD5X7Q Brought to you by: www.myphpnotes.tk
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In this video and in a few upcoming videos, we will discuss step by step, how to implement token based authentication in ASP.NET Web API using OWIN middleware and Identity framework. Text version of the video http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2016/11/aspnet-web-api-token-authentication.html Slides http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2016/11/aspnet-web-api-token-authentication_28.html All ASP .NET Web API Text Articles and Slides http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2016/09/aspnet-web-api-tutorial-for-beginners.html All ASP .NET Web API Videos https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6n9fhu94yhW7yoUOGNOfHurUE6bpOO2b All Dot Net and SQL Server Tutorials in English https://www.youtube.com/user/kudvenkat/playlists?view=1&sort=dd All Dot Net and SQL Server Tutorials in Arabic https://www.youtube.com/c/KudvenkatArabic/playlists
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How can companies store passwords safely and keep them away from hackers? Well let's find out! With all the data breaches lately, it's likely that the password of one of your accounts has been compromised. Hackers now might know the password you've used, but they also might not.. To understand why, we'll take a look at what methods a company can use to protect user passwords. We'll take a look at encryption, hash functions and a multilayer approach! 📚 Sources Can be found on my website: https://savjee.be/videos/simply-explained/hash-functions/ 🌍 Social Twitter: https://twitter.com/savjee Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/savjee ✏️ Check out my blog https://www.savjee.be
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This video is part of the Angular Security MasterClass - Web Security Fundamentals Course - https://angular-university.io/course/angular-security-course In this lesson, we are going to learn the concept of a Message Authenticaton Code or MAC. We will cover the HS256 JWT signature which is a Hash Based Message Authentication Code, or HMAC. For more videos tutorials on Angular, check the Angular University website - https://angular-university.io Follow us: Twitter - https://twitter.com/AngularUniv Google+ - https://plus.google.com/u/1/113731658724752465218 Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/angular.university Check out the PDF E-Books available at the Angular University - https://angular-university.io/my-ebooks
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Effective user authentication is a critical part of securing your data and infrastructure. Passwords are not enough any more, multi-factor auth is a must. This talk will dive into how FIDO U2F security keys work, why they are awesome, and how they defend against phishing attacks. SMS codes and one-time-password apps are a great improvement over passwords alone, but the FIDO Alliance’s Universal Two Factor specification attempts to take it a step further. U2F provides a phishing resistant, hardware based second authentication factor. Before you depend on a technology as a building block of security, it’s good to understand how it works, and why it’s a good fit for your needs. This talk will cover these things, so you don’t have to read the spec yourself. An overview of the two-factor landscape Why U2F is awesome How it resists phishing attacks How those security keys work inside
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U2F Security Keys are becoming very popular. and will be the future of a passwordless Internet. Google was able to eliminate phishing from its 85,000 employees by using these keys. The explanation behind the Cryptography: https://developers.yubico.com/U2F/Protocol_details/Key_generation.html How to Build Your Own: https://conorpp.com/designing-and-producing-2fa-tokens-to-sell-on-amazon SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE: https://goo.gl/29YhyB Twitter: https://twitter.com/_davebennett Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davebben/
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What is SECURITY TOKEN SERVICE? What does SECURITY TOKEN SERVICE mean? SECURITY TOKEN SERVICE meaning - SECURITY TOKEN SERVICE definition - SECURITY TOKEN SERVICE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Security token service (STS) is a cross-platform open standard core component of the OASIS group's WS-Trust web services single sign-on infrastructure framework specification.cf. Within that claims-based identity framework, a secure token service is responsible for issuing, validating, renewing and cancelling security tokens. The tokens issued by security token services can then be used to identify the holder of the token to services that adhere to the WS-Trust standard. Security token service provides the same functionality as OpenID, but unlike OpenID is not patent encumbered. Together with the rest of the WS-Trust standard, the security token service specification was initially developed by employees of IBM, Microsoft, Nortel and VeriSign. In a typical usage scenario involving a web service that employs WS-Trust, when a client requests access to an application, the application does not authenticate the client directly (for instance, by validating the client's login credentials against an internal database). Instead, the application redirects the client to a security token service, which in turn authenticates the client and grants it a security token. The token consists of a set of XML data records that include multiple elements regarding the identity and group membership of the client, as well as information regarding the lifetime of the token and the issuer of the token. The token is protected from manipulation with strong cryptography. The client then presents the token to an application to gain access to the resources provided by the application. This process is illustrated in the Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) use case, demonstrating how single sign-on can be used to access web services. Software that provides security token services is available from numerous vendors, including the open-source Apache CXF, as well as closed-source solutions from Oracle (for interfacing with authentication services backed by an Oracle Database) and Microsoft (where STS is a core component of Windows Identity Foundation and Active Directory Federation Services). While security token services are themselves typically offered as web services used in conjunction with other web services, software development kits (SDKs) for native applications (such as cloud-storage clients) also exist.
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This video is meant for educational purposes only and is not legal or financial advice. In today's Crypto whiteboard Tuesday we dive into Security Token Offerings (STOs) and explain what they are, how they came about and what you need to look out for. Join our 7-day Bitcoin crash course absolutely free: http://bit.ly/2pB4X5B Learn ANYTHING about Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies: http://bit.ly/2BVbxeF Get the latest news and prices on your phone: iOS - https://apple.co/2yf02LJ Android - http://bit.ly/2NrMVw2 See anything we haven't covered? Leave us a comment in the comment section below
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In this playlist you will learn about the following topics Protocols, Layered Model Network components Uses of networks Traceroute and socket API Protocols and layering Reference models (Internet, OSI) History of the internet Physical and Direct Link Layer Simple link models (latency, bandwidth-delay product) Media and signals Modulation schemes (baseband, passband) Fundamental limits (Shannon) Framing Error detection schemes (checksum, CRC) Error correction schemes (Hamming) Retransmissions, Multiple access, Switching Retransmissions (ARQ) Multiplexing schemes (TDM. FDM) Random access / Ethernet (CSMA family) Wireless access / 802.11 Contention-free access / Token Ring LAN switching (switches vs. hubs, spanning tree, backward learning) Network Layer and Internetworking Datagram and virtual circuit models (IP, MPLS) IP addressing and forwarding (prefixes, longest matching prefix) IP helpers: ARP, DHCP Internetworking (fragmentation, path MTU discovery, ICMP) IPv4 and IPv6 Network Address Translation (NAT) Routing Shortest cost routing model Dijkstra's algorithm Flooding Distance Vector and Link-state Equal-cost multi-path routing Hierarchical routing (prefixes, aggregation, subnets) Multiple parties and policy (BGP) Transport Layer, Reliable Transport Sockets, ports and service APIs Reliable and unreliable delivery (TCP, UDP) Connection establishment and teardown Flow control and sliding windows Retransmission timeouts Congestion Control Fairness and Efficiency Additive Increase Multiplicative Decrease (AIMD) TCP congestion control (slow start, fast retransmission and recovery) Congestion avoidance (ECN) Web and Content Distribution Naming (DNS) Web protocols (HTTP, caching) Content Distribution Networks (CDNs) Peer-to-Peer (BitTorrent) Quality of Service and Real-Time Apps Streaming media and Conferencing Scheduling disciplines (FIFO, WFQ) Traffic shaping with Token Buckets Differentiated Services Rate and Delay Guarantees Optional: Network Security Encryption for Confidentiality and Authenticity Web security (SSL, DNSSEC) Wireless security (802.11i) Firewalls and Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS) Computer Networks 1 OSI Model in Networking OSI model layers and their function (L1) 2 IP Address Basics: Classful Addressing dotted decimal notation 3 IP Address: Network ID and Host ID Network Mask 4 IP Address Subnet Supernet subnetmask 5 Classless IP Addressing: Subnet Mask, subnet block size, network address 6 Block Allocation of IP address Create subnets from block of IP address 7 Introduction to Interconnecting Devices: REPEATERS HUBS BRIDGE SWITCHES ROUTERS 8 VLAN: Virtual Lan concepts VLAN TRUNK and Switches 9 Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) and Reverse ARP explained Animated 10 Medium Access Control: Aloha and Slotted Aloha Protocol 11 Carrier Sense Multiple Access Protocol CSMA 12 CSMA/CD (Carrier Sense Multiple Access/ Collision Detection) 13 Network Address Translation (NAT) 14 Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) 15 Circuit Switching vs Packet Switching 16 Virtual Circuit Network Virtual Circuit switching 17 Domain Name Server (DNS) Name Server DNS how dns works 18 Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) ICMP protocol tutorial part 1 19 Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) : Error Message (Part 2) 20 Stop and Wait Protocol Stop and Wair ARQ Stop and Wait Flow control 21 GO BACK N ARQ Protocol Go back N sliding window 22 SELECTIVE REPEAT ARQ selective repeat sliding window protocol 23 Authentication Protocol Man In Middle Attack Replay Attack Nonce 24 Introduction to Public Key Cryptography Public Key Cryptography animation 25 Introduction to Digital Signature Public Key cryptography 26 RSA Algorithm and public key encryption rivest shamir adleman algorithm 27 Message Digest and Digital Signature Cryptographic Hash Function 28 Certification Authority (CA) Digital Certificate 29 Secure EMail How To Public Private Key Encryption Secure E-Mail PGP
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User Authentication Introduction to Passwords Based Authentication, Derived from Passwords, MD of Passwords Keywords: User Authentication Password Based Authentication Network Security Notes Computer Network Security Notes Something derived from passwords Problems with Clear Text Password Schemes Message Digest(MD) of Passwords
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Companion article for this video: https://blog.miguelgrinberg.com/post/json-web-tokens-with-public-key-signatures In their most common format, JSON Web Tokens use a "secret key" in the generation and verification of the signature that protects the token against tampering. In this article I'm going to show you how to generate JWTs that can be verified without having access to the signing secret key. For more information, read my blog post: https://blog.miguelgrinberg.com/post/json-web-tokens-with-public-key-signatures
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Learn how to move from a basic Spring Security OAuth2 config to use JSON Web Tokens and how to work with JWT when consuming the API. This lesson is part of "REST With Spring" - Module 6 (Advanced API Security) - Lesson 3: http://youtube.restwithspring.com For the entire "REST With Spring" series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjXUjSTUHs0QaXI9xrioHpvsJ9Hs_r0_0 ## Lesson Notes # Token Implementations *SAML (or the WS* space)* - XML based - many encryption and signing options - expressive but you need a pretty advanced XML stack *Simple Web Token* - joint venture between Microsoft, Google, Yahoo - created as a direct reaction to making a much simpler version of SAML - to simple, not enough cryptographic options (just symetric) *JWT (JSON Web Tokens)* - the idea is that you are representing the token using JSON (widely supported) - symmetric and asymmetric signatures and encryption - less options/flexibility than SAML but more than SWT - JWT hit the sweet spot and became widely adopted pretty quickly - JWT - an emerging protocol (very close to standardization) # JWT structure A JWT token has 2 parts: - Header: metadata + info about algos / keys used - Claims: Reserved Claims (issuer , audience, issued at, expiration, subject, etc) + Application specific Claims # JWT with Spring Security OAuth *For the Authorization Server:* - we’re defining the JwtAccessTokenConverter bean and the JwtTokenStore - we’re also configuring the endpoint to use the new converter Note that we're using symmetric signing - with a shared signing key. *For the Resource Server:* - we should define the converter here as well, using the same signing key Note that here, we don’t have to because we’re actually sharing the same Spring context in this case. If the Authorization Server would have been a separate app - then we would have needed this converter, configured exactly the same as in the Resource Server. To learn more about REST Security and how to properly implement OAUth2 and JWT within a Spring API, check out the full course: http://youtube.restwithspring.com Enjoy.
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In this video I take apart an RSA SecurID token used for two-factor authentication into secure computer networks. The device contains an LCD screen which displays a 6 digit code which changes every 60 seconds. Simple versions of the device, contain the LCD only, which is used as a credential for login (usually together with a password). In this more advanced device, the user enters a PIN into the keypad on the device. The device then encrypts the PIN with the displayed code, and produces a passcode which is used together with, or instead of, a password. The precise details of the algorithm used are a trade secret, but the encryption and code generation are known to be based upon the AES-128 algorithm. The device has a life time of 5 years, and has its own internal clock which changes the code every 60 seconds. The code used, must match the code expected by the server when it references its own internal clock. It is possible for a token to go out-of-sync with the server, if it isn't used often. However, if used regularly, then the server will learn the token's clock offset and drift rate and correct for that in the future. RSA was the victim of a spear-phishing attack where a virus containing excel file was sent to key management staff. The hackers are thought to have managed to find the database matching each token's serial number to its unique key for generating its code numbers. The overall security of the system is not thought to have been significantly compromised as long as clients and users of the system kept their system's serial numbers confidential.
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Modern day encryption is performed in two different ways. Check out http://YouTube.com/ITFreeTraining or http://itfreetraining.com for more of our always free training videos. Using the same key or using a pair of keys called the public and private keys. This video looks at how these systems work and how they can be used together to perform encryption. Download the PDF handout http://itfreetraining.com/Handouts/Ce... Encryption Types Encryption is the process of scrambling data so it cannot be read without a decryption key. Encryption prevents data being read by a 3rd party if it is intercepted by a 3rd party. The two encryption methods that are used today are symmetric and public key encryption. Symmetric Key Symmetric key encryption uses the same key to encrypt data as decrypt data. This is generally quite fast when compared with public key encryption. In order to protect the data, the key needs to be secured. If a 3rd party was able to gain access to the key, they could decrypt any data that was encrypt with that data. For this reason, a secure channel is required to transfer the key if you need to transfer data between two points. For example, if you encrypted data on a CD and mail it to another party, the key must also be transferred to the second party so that they can decrypt the data. This is often done using e-mail or the telephone. In a lot of cases, sending the data using one method and the key using another method is enough to protect the data as an attacker would need to get both in order to decrypt the data. Public Key Encryption This method of encryption uses two keys. One key is used to encrypt data and the other key is used to decrypt data. The advantage of this is that the public key can be downloaded by anyone. Anyone with the public key can encrypt data that can only be decrypted using a private key. This means the public key does not need to be secured. The private key does need to be keep in a safe place. The advantage of using such a system is the private key is not required by the other party to perform encryption. Since the private key does not need to be transferred to the second party there is no risk of the private key being intercepted by a 3rd party. Public Key encryption is slower when compared with symmetric key so it is not always suitable for every application. The math used is complex but to put it simply it uses the modulus or remainder operator. For example, if you wanted to solve X mod 5 = 2, the possible solutions would be 2, 7, 12 and so on. The private key provides additional information which allows the problem to be solved easily. The math is more complex and uses much larger numbers than this but basically public and private key encryption rely on the modulus operator to work. Combing The Two There are two reasons you want to combine the two. The first is that often communication will be broken into two steps. Key exchange and data exchange. For key exchange, to protect the key used in data exchange it is often encrypted using public key encryption. Although slower than symmetric key encryption, this method ensures the key cannot accessed by a 3rd party while being transferred. Since the key has been transferred using a secure channel, a symmetric key can be used for data exchange. In some cases, data exchange may be done using public key encryption. If this is the case, often the data exchange will be done using a small key size to reduce the processing time. The second reason that both may be used is when a symmetric key is used and the key needs to be provided to multiple users. For example, if you are using encryption file system (EFS) this allows multiple users to access the same file, which includes recovery users. In order to make this possible, multiple copies of the same key are stored in the file and protected from being read by encrypting it with the public key of each user that requires access. References "Public-key cryptography" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public-k... "Encryption" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Encryption
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In this Demo we show how easy and secure is for you to provide your customers with password-less registration and authentication. Cryptographic Authentication in your pocket Experience the most secure password-less authentication to open the doors of your digital universe. SixToken brings seamless and secure login experience with Certified Identities. Password-less secure authentication Allow your customers to access your digital services using mobile phone as a secure token to authenticate with certified identity and biometrics. Certified Digital identity to validate transactions SixToken uses crypto-challenge with push notifications to validate custom transactions replacing hardware tokens and SMS. Simple, secure and scalable Integrate SixToken to any web and cloud app or access to desktop. It provides the most secure and seamless login experience scaling to any number of users. Your key never leaves your device Avoid any risk of compromising your key. With SixToken, the authentication private key never leaves your phone and is protected with the highest security standards such as biometrics and Hardware token.
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User Authentication Certification Based Authentication Scheme, Use of Digital Signature, Digital Certificate Keywords: Certification Based Authentication Network Security Notes Digital Certificates
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You've probably heard people in the crypto world talking all about security tokens in 2018, but what the heck are they? Let's dive into the subject of tokenized securities, or security tokens, with Rob Nance of CityBlock Capital, whose company is launching its own security token. He has a great perspective on what are security tokens, what the vendor landscape looks like, the potential value of security tokens and more. Check out the CityBlock Capital Website: https://cityblockcapital.com/ Follow Rob Nance on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RJNance Good blog post on Security Tokens by Stephen McKeon "The Security Token Thesis" https://hackernoon.com/the-security-token-thesis-4c5904761063 "Another good blog post from Anthony Pompliano The Official Guide To Tokenized Securities" https://medium.com/@apompliano/the-official-guide-to-tokenized-securities-44e8342bb24f
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How Netflix Is Solving Authorization Across Their Cloud [I] - Manish Mehta & Torin Sandall, Netflix Since 2008, Netflix has been on the cutting edge of cloud-based microservices deployments. In 2017, Netflix is recognized as one of the industry leaders at building and operating “cloud native” systems at scale. Like many organizations, Netflix has unique security requirements for many of their workloads. This variety requires a holistic approach to authorization to address “who can do what” across a range of resources, enforcement points, and execution environments. In this talk, Manish Mehta (Senior Security Software Engineer at Netflix) and Torin Sandall (Technical Lead of the Open Policy Agent project) will present how Netflix is solving authorization across the stack in cloud native environments. The presentation shows how Netflix enforces authorization decisions at scale across various kinds of resources (e.g., HTTP APIs, gRPC methods, SSH), enforcement points (e.g., microservices, proxies, host-level daemons), and execution environments (e.g., VMs, containers) without introducing unreasonable latency. The presentation includes a deep dive into the architecture of the cloud native authorization system at Netflix as well as how authorization decisions can be offloaded to an open source, general-purpose policy engine (Open Policy Agent). This talk is targeted at engineers building and operating cloud native systems who are interested in security and authorization. The audience can expect to take away fresh ideas about how to enforce fine-grained authorization policies across stackthe cloud environment. About Manish Mehta Manish Mehta is Senior Security Software Engineer at Netflix, Los Gatos, CA. He has designed and developed solutions around secure bootstrapping, authentication (service and user), and authorization for cloud-native infrastructure. His professional interests and expertise are cyber security in general, and specifically in security solutions anchored in cryptography. He holds M.S. and Ph.D. in Computer Science from Univ. of Missouri - Kansas City and has authored several research and conference publications. About Torin Sandall Torin Sandall is the technical lead of the recent open source Open Policy Agent (OPA) project. He has spent 10 years as a software engineer working on large-scale distributed systems projects. Prior to working on the Open Policy Agent project, Torin was a senior software engineer at Cyan Inc. (acquired by Ciena Corp.) where he designed and developed core components of their SDN/NFV platform such as modelling languages as well services for resource orchestration and topology discovery. Torin has recently given talks on policy-related topics in Kubernetes at ContainerDaysPDX and LinuxCon Beijing as well as the Kubernetes Community Meeting and the Kubernetes SF meetup. Join us for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon in Barcelona May 20 - 23, Shanghai June 24 - 26, and San Diego November 18 - 21! Learn more at https://kubecon.io. The conference features presentations from developers and end users of Kubernetes, Prometheus, Envoy and all of the other CNCF-hosted projects.
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True2F: Backdoor resistant authentication tokens - Emma Dauterman Presented at the 2019 IEEE Symposium on Security & Privacy May 20–22, 2019 San Francisco, CA http://www.ieee-security.org/TC/SP2019/ We present True2F, a system for second-factor authentication that provides the benefits of conventional authentication tokens in the face of phishing and software compromise, while also providing strong protection against token faults and backdoors. To do so, we develop new lightweight two-party protocols for generating cryptographic keys and ECDSA signatures, and we implement new privacy defenses to prevent cross-origin token-fingerprinting attacks. To facilitate real-world deployment, our system is backwards-compatible with today’s U2F-enabled web services and runs on commodity hardware tokens after a firmware modification. A True2F-protected authentication takes just 57ms to complete on the token, compared with 23ms for unprotected U2F.
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Two factor authentication on your servers. Two factor authentication with SecSign ID prevents all password theft and makes it virtually impossible for criminals to compromise your user accounts. The dvanced cryptography of our Two factor authentication allows you to keep your critical business data safe from hacking, phishing, and malware attacks. Two factor authentication SecSign ID protects your user accounts with next-generation mobile ID authentication and 2048-bit encrypted key pairs, all with the convenience and control of on-site deployment and integration with your applications, networks, systems, and devices. Advanced cryptography eliminates the use of passwords, and no sensitive credentials are transmitted during login or stored on your servers, meaning there are literally no passwords or credentials to steal or exploit. Two Factor Authentication On-premise, with SecSign ID On Premise, 2 factor authentication ---- wordpress secure login, wordpress themeforest, how to create an online signature, joomla secure login, ruby secure login, perl secure login, python secure login, net secure login, joomla two factor authentication, ruby two factor authentication, perl two factor authentication, python two factor authentication, net two factor authentication, 2-Step Verification, two factor authentication google, google two factor authentication, gmail two factor authentication, google two step verification, google multifactor authentication, two factor authentication app, two factor authentication usb, 2 factor vpn, two factor authentication software packages, two factor authorization, cisco two factor authentication, go7, digipass, go3, digipass for mobile enterprise security, two factor authentication solutions, vpn 2 factor authentication, 2 factor authentication, solutions, one time password service, tokenless two factor authentication, multi factor authentication solutions, tokenless 2 factor authentication, solidpass, 2fa, single sign on mobile applications, secure access technologies, using rsa securid, rsa id token, two step authentication, two way authentication, two factor verification, launchkey, pycrypto, duo security, two factor authentication remote desktop, rdp two factor authentication, cisco vpn two factor authentication, sonicwall two factor authentication, horizon view two factor authentication, 2 factor auth, duo two factor authentication, ssh two factor authentication, free two factor authentication, mac two factor authentication, mobile two factor authentication, 2 factor identification, e signature software, 2 factor authentication service, 2 step verification, alter ego app, alterego passcode, alterego app, touch id web login, touch id fingerprint login, ios 8 touch id web login, ios 8 touch id fingerprint login, two factor authentication software, digipass 905 eid, sso sign on, multi-factor authentication, two factor password, multi factor authentication app, vasco, lifelock, verisign, digital signature, two factor authentication, website protection, secure websites, portal single sign on, wordpress security, secure access, 2 factor, authentication, 2-factor authentication, vasco data security, phone authentication, linux authentication server, tomcat user authentication, two factor authentication token, authentication solutions, clef, security on web, website verify, securing website, two factor authentication rsa, sso products, sso provider, mobile phone authentication, web verification, rsa two factor, microsoft single sign on download, security sso, strong auth, mobile device authentication, single sign on architecture, two factor authenication, user authentication software, web authentication software, user authentication asp.net, authentication devices, factor authentication, authentication application, cloud based authentication, authenticate users, authentication technology, biometrics authentication systems, 2 factor authentication token, rsa 2 factor, gartner two factor authentication, two factor token, single sign on free, microsoft online single sign on single sign on protocol, web application single sign on, single sign on with ldap, protocom single sign on, strong autentication, strong authententication, facebook connect single sign on, yubico, toopher, telesign, syferlock, securegate, secureauth, saaspass, mepin, authy, duosecurity, authentify, authenticator plus, getclef, strong authentication solutions, authentication factor multi, biometric authentication software, two-factor authentication, user authentication script, client authentication remote service, php user authentication scripts, security token usb
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Louis Nyffenegger - Pentester Lab Abstract Nowadays, JSON Web Tokens are everywhere. They are used as session tokens or just to pass data between applications or µservices. By design, JWT contains a high number of security and cryptography pitfalls. In this talk, we are going to learn how to exploit (with demos) some of those issues. Speaker Biography Louis is a security engineer based in Melbourne, Australia. He performs pentest, architecture and code review. Louis is the founder of PentesterLab, a learning platform for Web penetration testing. Recently, Louis talked at OWASP AppSecDay Melbourne, and ran two workshops at DEF CON 26, in 2018. This presentation is from OWASP New Zealand Day 2019, which was held on 22 Feb 2019 in Auckland, New Zealand.
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Watch SEI Researcher, Grace Lewis, discuss "Authentication and Authorization for Internet of Things (IoT) Devices in Edge Environments".
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Christiaan Brand from Google speaking at PasswordsCon 2018 in Stockholm, November 19. ---- In this presentation you'll see a glimpse of where we're headed with WebAuthn and how Google is thinking about bringing strong, easy-to-use, biometric authentication to the masses. We'll be discussing use cases, looking at code samples and going over best practices for implementing this standard in your own (web) apps.
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This video demonstrates the RSA Authentication Manager feature that allows administrators to bulk assign OnDemand (SMS) Tokens to multiple users. This is useful to quickly enable a large user population to receive these tokens for emergencies or as a step-up mechanism for Risk-based Auth.
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Mansi Sheth, Security Researcher, Veracode Inc Are you overwhelmed by the overabundance of choices provided by the Java Cryptography API when choosing an encryption algorithm? Are you on top of all the latest happenings in cryptographic communities and know which cryptographic primitives can be broken and how? Due to time constraints, do you find yourself copy/pasting from the internet, hoping and praying that it’s secured? If any of your answers are “yes,” come to this session. It goes over all cryptographic primitive: RNGs, encryption/decryption algorithms, HMACs, and so on. The presentation points out areas that require careful attention, helps you make correct algorithmic and keying material choices, and provides plenty of code examples showing correct and incorrect usages.
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Join CryptoDad as he walks you through the setup of a YubiKey device for enabling 2-factor Authentication. You can find out more about Yubico here: https://www.yubico.com/ If you would like to purchase a Yubico product, consider using my affiliate link: YubiKey 4 Nano: https://amzn.to/2Qzc6Qn YubiKey NEO: https://amzn.to/2MwvxpE YubiKey 4: https://amzn.to/2p9wE5s Be sure and join the CryptoDad for his “Live Q & A from LA” every Friday night at 6:00 PM PST https://www.youtube.com/CryptoDad/live Hot affiliate Links: Try the Brave Browser: https://brave.com/rex704 Buy a Ledger Here: https://www.ledgerwallet.com/r/6057 Social Media links Twitter: https://twitter.com/The_CryptoDad Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheCryptoDad YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/CryptoDad Additional Affiliate Links Set up a Coinbase account here and get $10 Free bitcoin: https://www.coinbase.com/join/5930320a2ae354526ebf4fe1 Join Tube Buddy to improve your channel: https://www.tubebuddy.com/thecryptodad Set up a Binance account: https://www.binance.com/?ref=11783993 Buy or sell bitcoins on Localbitcoins.com: https://localbitcoins.com/country/US?ch=rack Buy, sell, or trade your bitcoins for cool stuff on Paxful: https://paxful.com/roots/buy-bitcoin/index?affiliate=RGzQvN89QAL Support CryptoDad’s Channel Donate Bitcoin: 3MssiN2oYf3fThvMUfVGziPdnkG1Bp7JQP Donate Ethereum: 0xEB5DF9A76e24516c49fBaBb082906E87242Fb315 Donate Litecoin: MVTh6FECgK17wRZ8Mi4gkRPpCM5j3xrCot Donate VertCoin: 3CyFak27g5DernPEBttQ3fCS5uhTfu524G
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MIT 6.858 Computer Systems Security, Fall 2014 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/6-858F14 Instructor: James Mickens In this lecture, Professor Mickens discusses authentication schemes and their implementations. License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
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🚀Support Chris Courses with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/chriscourses 🖥Professional Web Development Services from Chris: https://resovere.com/ Learn the basics behind hashing users' passwords and why it is so very important to do this within any password related app. When it comes to securing your users' passwords, it's integral, no, absolutely necessary to hash your users' passwords before storing them in a database. Hashing is the process of scrambling up a user's password into a long string of characters that's undecipherable. The interesting thing about hashing: once you put the password in the hasher, there's no way to convert it back to its original form (at least from a mathematical standpoint). This helps ensure that your users' passwords are unreadable in the off chance someone happens to stumble upon the data in your database. Code along with me as I demonstrate how to implement hashing functionality into our user based node app. bcrypt npm link: https://www.npmjs.com/package/bcrypt Video Git Repo (starts at part 1): ------------------------------------------------ https://github.com/christopher4lis/express-cc Node Authentication Process: ------------------------------------------ // Add our boilerplate // 1.x Git clone express-cc repo // 2.x Run yarn / npm install // Create a new user in the database // 1.x Create a form within a view // 2.x Create route that'll process the form's post request // 3.x Create a database connection using .env file // 4.x Grab form input and insert into database // 5.x Add express-validation package // 6.x Validate user input on backend // 7.x Validate user input on frontend // 8.x Hash our user's password // 9.x Store user in database // Login user (update user session, return auth cookie) // 1. Install passport // 2. Configure passport with local strategy // Protect routes and only permit entry with authorization cookie // Create logout button // Create login page Video Timeline: ----------------------------- 00:50 - Why storing passwords in plain text is bad 01:36 - What is hashing? 02:35 - How to hash our users' passwords 03:05 - What is bcrypt? 06:01 - What is a salt? 07:08 - Testing out our hashing implementation To be continued... The Platform: ------------------------- http://chriscourses.com is a platform in progress whose goal is to educate aspiring and seasoned web developers via story driven learning. Each course tells a different story, and each milestone reveals a different scene. With an expansive universe to explore, you can track your progress, and gain the necessary skills needed to build your dreams. For updates on the progress of chriscourses.com and future videos, join the Chris Courses mailing list at http://chriscourses.com. Chris Courses Social: ----------------------------------- Twitter: https://twitter.com/chriscourses Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chriscourses Christopher Lis Social: ------------------------------------- Twitter: https://twitter.com/christopher4lis CodePen: http://codepen.io/christopher4lis
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User Authentication Smartcard Based Authentication, Cons of Smartcard Password Management System Keywords: Smartcard In Network Security Network Security Notes Smartcard Based Authentication
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User Authentication Biometric Authentication, FAR and FRR, Physiological & Behavioral Biometric Techniques Keywords: Biometric Authentication False Accept Rate(FAR) False Reject Rate(FRR) Physiological Biometric Behavioral Biometric Technique network security notes
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