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A PHP security library. * Session handler * XSS filter * CSRF protection * Password hashing * Encrypting data * Random data generator * Yubikey - one time tokens * One time passwords
Yubico's YubiKey can be re-programmed with a new AES key. This project's purpose is to create a library that makes this an easy task. See the ReadMe for more information. Debian packages for YubiKey Personalization are available thanks to Tollef Fog Heen: ... [More]
This project implements online validation of Yubikey OTPs. It is written in C and provides a shared library for use by other software.
Low-level library for decrypting and parsing Yubikey One-Time Passwords (OTP) in C. Debian packages for the library are available thanks to Tollef Fog Heen: http://packages.debian.org/sid/libyubikey0 http://packages.qa.debian.org/liby/libyubikey.html Fedora packages are available thanks to ... [More]
This is the .NET client code from Yubico to demonstrate how to invoke Yubico's web service to validate an OTP generated by your Yubikey. -- Yubico.com - Elegant, easy and safe authentication for the web 5-sec demo: http://www.yubico.com/demo_frontpage_movie.html
This project is no longer in use, and the files has been moved to the yubikey-personalization. We keep the project open in case we decide to resurrect yubikey-core as a separate library.
Client library written in Java for verifying YubiKey one-time passwords (OTPs). YubiKey : http://www.yubico.com/yubikey/
This project is no longer supported by Yubico. Our recommend server infrastructure consists of: http://code.google.com/p/yubikey-val-server-php/ http://code.google.com/p/yubikey-ksm/
Auth_Yubico is a PHP class for verifying Yubico One-Time-Passwords. It is written as a PEAR module to make it easy to deploy. Check out the two demo page for this project: http://www.yubico.com/demo/ http://www.yubico.com/demo/demo.php http://www.yubico.com/demo/demo_version2.php For more information see the documentation: ReadMe