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Multi-factor authentication for Linux endpoints

Nine out of the top ten public clouds run on Linux, says the State of Linux report. Top-notch architecture and compatibility make the Linux OS a popular choice for IT professionals when handling critical workloads in cloud computing environments. With stolen credentials ranking among the top data breach vectors, it’s high time organizations started taking measures to secure Linux logins with multi-factor authentication (MFA). After all, just one set of credentials is all a hacker needs to breach an organization's network and cause mayhem.

Logging in to Linux endpoints with ADSelfService Plus

ADSelfService Plus' Endpoint MFA capability builds an additional layer of security for the user logon process. Users will only be granted access to their workstations or servers once they've authenticated successfully through Active Directory (AD) along with any of these MFA techniques:

  • Security questions and answers
  • Email verification
  • SMS verification
  • Google Authenticator
  • Duo Security
  • RSA SecurID
  • RADIUS authentication
  • Push notification authentication
  • Fingerprint authentication
  • Quick Response (QR) code-based authentication
  • Microsoft Authenticator
  • Time-based one-time passcodes (TOTPs)
  • AD-based secret questions
  • Yubikey device

How MFA combats cyberattacks

“MFA can block over 99.9 percent of account compromise attacks," says Microsoft.

MFA helps prevent account takeovers even if hackers gain access to user credentials via brute-force, credential stuffing, or phishing attacks, as they would still need access to the users' phone or email to get the passcodes and successfully complete the second factor of authentication.

Other highlights of ADSelfService Plus' Endpoint MFA:

  1. MFA at a granular level: Configure MFA based on a user’s domain, organizational unit (OU), or group membership to enforce additional factors of authentication based on users' privileges.
  2. Compliance with regulatory mandates: Meet compliance mandates such as NIST SP 800-63B, NYCRR, FFIEC, GDPR, and HIPAA.
  3. Endpoint security for all major OSs: Enable MFA for secure access to Windows and macOS endpoints as well with ADSelfService Plus.

Tighten Windows/macOS logon security with two-factor authentication.

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