This category concerns computer authentication systems that are based on single-use password schemes. These can include token-based solutions (like cryptocard) or pure-software solutions (like S/Key).
CRYPTOCard Network Security
Password tokens delivered on key fobs, palm pilots, hardware or software. Security for dial in, access control, internet and web connections. Offers a strong two factor system. Management software. Includes rationale and business case for token-based access.
Provides primary or secondary authentication by regularly distributing passwords (or parts of passwords) through wireless phones. Time locked access.
A java applet OTP (S/Key) calculator. The applet downloads onto the client machine and calculates locally.
An OTP (S/Key) calculator for Nokia 9000 cellular phones. Includes S/Key information and resources.
otpCalc - An OTP and S/Key calculator for X
otpCalc is an RFC2289 and RFC1760 compliant one time password calculator, written to use the GTK+ library for screen I/O.
OTP (S/Key) calculator for palm pilots. Information about both source and binary distributions.
A simple Python library, currently under development, to generate OTP (S/Key) responses. RFC-2289 compliant. Includes links to development and release information.
RFC2289 - A One-Time Password System
The current internet standard, as descended from the original S/Key specification.
The S/KEY One-Time Password System
Scholarly paper by Neil Haller on the original S/Key system. Links to many citations from the original paper.
OTP (S/Key) calculator for MacOS X, MacOS X Server and NEXTSTEP. RFC-2289 compliant. Software downloads, documentation and an introduction to the technology.
Last update:January 5, 2016 at 14:15:11 UTC