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January 19, 2006

Aladdin adds Mac and Linux access controls

Authentication systems vendor Aladdin Knowledge Systems Ltd has broadened the reach of its two-factor authorization system to take in people using machines running the Linux and Macintosh operating systems.

By CBR Staff Writer

The vendor said its release of eToken middleware for Linux 3.6 and eToken Middleware for Mac OS 3.6 means its software can be used to secure email signing and encryption and thin-client authentication across machines running these alternatives to Windows, and deployed notably in the media sector, local government, and education.

The e-Token system, which comes in USB and smart-card form factors, effectively aggregates access to multiple security applications such as web and VPN, secure network logon, and password management, onto a single device.

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