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Linux: Remote Access with SafeNet


Linux: Remote Access with SafeNet

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About Linux

Linux is a computer operating system developed as free and open source software. What started as Linus Torvalds’ “just for fun” project has now become an operating system that powers 98% of the world’s super computers, as well as financial trades and tens of millions Android phones and consumer devices. Companies use Linux for numerous reasons, including computer architecture support, embedded systems, stability, security, localization to a specific region or language, targeting of specific user groups, support for real-time applications, and commitment to a given desktop environment. Linux Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM) integrates with SafeNet Authentication Service in order to provide secure remote access solutions to these systems.

Overview

Companies around the world use Linux to solve tough problems and innovate solutions using a collaborative infrastructure and services. Linux shared environments are accessed by many and that access must be protected. As part of its security, Linux PAM integrates with SafeNet Authentication Service in order to provide secure remote access solutions.


Integrated Application(s):

Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM)

Linux Pluggable Authentication Modules: Remote Access with SafeNet Authentication Service
Evolved from the Unix Pluggable Authentication Modules architecture, Linux Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM) provide dynamic authentication support for applications and services in a Linux environment. Linux PAM security is enhanced by SafeNet Authentication Service, which provides additional security via strong authentication, and augments the existing network log on mechanism by requiring a secure dynamic, one-time password.

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