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Source: Ask Slashdot - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Host Security I've been given a project to undertake that involves setting our internal network systems up to have two factor authentication. I need suggestions to take in front of our CIO that shows how the security model works, cost vs benefit/features, and the different options. At this point, the name brand is RSA and I'm pressed to find any others even though I've done looking around.

We are open to biometric tokens as well, because they may be used for digital certificate signing for e-mails. Sadly, it has to integrate with our Windows 2003 Active Directory set up... it's not Linux, but I figure Slashdot readers can come up with lots of Linux security tokens that will work under Windows too, so please have at it!

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