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Two Factor Authentication OVH


J@mes
23-11-2013, 12:53
imho it should be Google authenticator as it is quite a standard.

Chris
22-11-2013, 22:30
I would also like this.

daveyboy37
11-10-2013, 00:28
Quote Originally Posted by LawsHosting
"Do the shake and VAC, and put the freshness back"......
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4q8inM0gKVo
Why after clicking the link already knowing the result did i immediately search

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hro4AdTYiTA

crowarth
09-10-2013, 20:05
Yubikey would be good, as i understand it, they use yubico already internally.

Kacotet
09-10-2013, 19:03
Good idea OP.

wii89
09-10-2013, 11:26
As OVH are still redesigning the manager they should think about adding in the Two Factor Authentication.

rickyday
08-10-2013, 22:56
Quote Originally Posted by LawsHosting
"Do the shake and VAC, and put the freshness back"......
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4q8inM0gKVo

Thing is, no freshness.


and, lol@forum being down for an hour......
Thank you for making me feel old!

Quote Originally Posted by Myatu
It probably is. I use the Google Authenticator app on my phone for Google (obviously), Facebook and DropBox. All use the same method (but different keys, of course, so a code for Google doesn't work for FB at the same time).
Yes I am sure its the same thing, I may be wrong though.

UK1
08-10-2013, 22:30
Yes this would be a good feature.

Myatu
08-10-2013, 22:18
Quote Originally Posted by rickyday
Thanks for clearing that up, So I suppose Microsoft Authenticator uses the same algorithm? Under the same RFC? Correct me if I am wrong.
It probably is. I use the Google Authenticator app on my phone for Google (obviously), Facebook and DropBox. All use the same method (but different keys, of course, so a code for Google doesn't work for FB at the same time).

LawsHosting
08-10-2013, 21:31
"Do the shake and VAC, and put the freshness back"......
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4q8inM0gKVo

Thing is, no freshness.


and, lol@forum being down for an hour......

macole111
08-10-2013, 18:37
Just blame VAC, no matter what, because it is the problem.

-macole111

cartwright118
08-10-2013, 18:25
Too busy messing with the VAC

rickyday
08-10-2013, 17:59
Quote Originally Posted by antdgar
TOTP (RFC 6238) aka "google authenticator" is not third party. It is a standard.
Thanks for clearing that up, So I suppose Microsoft Authenticator uses the same algorithm? Under the same RFC? Correct me if I am wrong.

I use that and its very effective, sounds the same as Google Authenticator....

As to OVH applying any of this, I think we are dreaming, so I still stand by the text sms verification for at least logging into Manager.

Any comment from OVH would be appreciated!

ShadowNet
08-10-2013, 08:34
Quote Originally Posted by wii89
Would be nice to have a two factor authentication login into OVH manager. i.e using Yubikey or Google authenticator.

Should be very easy to implement into OVH Manager system.

Sorry but your in a dream land how the hell do you expect OVH to implement that into OVH Manager system, When they cant deliver server's or provide basic support or communication with there customer loyal base.

Sorry but this just makes me laugh....

antdgar
08-10-2013, 02:28
TOTP (RFC 6238) aka "google authenticator" is not third party. It is a standard.

Tz-OVH
07-10-2013, 23:04
Google authenticator would be nice.

rickyday
07-10-2013, 19:28
Quote Originally Posted by wii89
Would be nice to have a two factor authentication login into OVH manager. i.e using Yubikey or Google authenticator.

Should be very easy to implement into OVH Manager system.
If OVH don't want to go down those routes with third parties then why not just send us a text message code to authenticate into our managers? that would be by far the easiest option.

It is about time especially after the security breach earlier this year!

wii89
07-10-2013, 15:11
Would be nice to have a two factor authentication login into OVH manager. i.e using Yubikey or Google authenticator.

Should be very easy to implement into OVH Manager system.