I am pleased to make available a whitepaper detailing the high-level motivation and approach involved in the creation of the recently-released DotNetNuke Multi-Factor Authentication Provider, along with a discussion of the unique characteristics of a DotNetNuke installation that render the approaches of other vendors (e.g. RSA SecurID) incomplete or unsatisfactory. Additionally, each out-of-the-box factor is described in general detail in a format that is digestible by an audience of varying technical sophistication.
This paper is intended for all audiences who might have an interest in overall DotNetNuke installation security, and is designed to assist management in identifying an appropriate level of authentication-related risk.
- Download the Multi-Factor Authentication in DotNetNuke Whitepaper
- Learn more about the Multi-Factor Authentication Provider
- Learn more about the DotNetNuke Web Application Framework
The Whitepaper: DotNetNuke Multi-Factor Authentication by Brandon Haynes, unless otherwise expressly stated, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.