[Security-devroom] talk proposal: dynalogin two-factor authentication

Daniel Pocock daniel at pocock.com.au
Wed Dec 8 20:41:58 CET 2010


I've recently released some code that I wrote a while ago for two-factor 
(particularly HOTP) authentication. http://www.dynalogin.org

If you feel this is of interest, I would be happy to participate in or 
lead a session about this at the dev room.  I understand that some of 
the other dev room participants have already contributed to this project 
indirectly through the HOTP toolkit and in other ways.

My vision for dynalogin is a solution that can be deployed as a package 
on Linux distributions and be instantly up and running, enabling almost 
plug-and-play two-factor authentication for UNIX, RADIUS, OpenID and 
other technologies.

Session duration: flexible, up to a full 1 hour slot is fine

Open source background: long time user of Debian.  Release of open 
source (but sadly not open patent) G.729 module for Asterisk.  
Contributed a B2BUA to the reSIProcate SIP stack project.  
Developer/release manager on Ganglia project, and possibly one of the 
largest commercial deployments of Ganglia/rrdtool.

Professional: secure connectivity and messaging solution developer, 
investment banking

Also of interest: B. CompSci received at Melbourne Uni (co-incidentally, 
the school where Wikileaks founder Julian Assange studied)

Also, there is an error on your original message, linked to from the 
FOSDEM main page ( 
http://lists.fosdem.org/pipermail/fosdem/2010-December/001083.html  ), 
you have (twice) a link to


and I think you mean to link to:




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