As professionals in the authentication space, we stay up to date with technology providers and their solutions. For this post I have invited Abby Porter, Director of Product Management at Delfigo Security to discuss whether it’s time to get rid of passwords all together, and the challenges associated with doing so.
It’s no longer good enough to just use a witty password for your publicly exposed OpenSSH server! As brute-force systems become more advanced and password cracking times decrease, your server becomes more at risk. A well-known secure solution to this issue is to use Public Key Authentication. This tech tutorial walks you through securing your public OpenSSH SSH Linux servers with unbreakable WWPass PassKey Two-Factor Authentication