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Two factor authentication for OS X USB flash key

Tesline-Service : 15 December, 2008  (New Product)
Logon Key USB two factor authentication product from Tesline-Service enables fast secure access to Mac systems using flash drive and PIN code
Tesline-Service has announced that it's Rohos Logon Key authentication solution for Mac OS X Tiger and Mac OS X Leopard now supports two-factor authentication by means of any USB flash drive and Pin code.

Mac OS X security benefits:.

* Access your Mac with hardware USB key.
* The Mac is protected but you don't need to enter your password manually each time you unlock your Mac.
* Automatically lock your MAC screen when USB Key is unplugged.
* Unlocking your MAC with a USB token is fully automatic and fast!
* PIN code option offer two-factor authentication.

Rohos Logon allows the use of any USB flash drive with on-board serial number to be used as a security token. Rohos does not store any information on USB flash drive, thus allowing to use even non-Mac compatible USB sticks. It allows to protect your Key with PIN code to prevent unauthorized logon with your USB Key;

Rohos Logon remembers selected USB flash drive that user has chosen for protection. From that moment when USB drive gets disconnected from Mac - Rohos immediately locks Mac desktop or does nothing. Depending on a system option 'Require password to wake this computer from sleep or screen saver' rohos will use screen-saver to lock your mac or its own lock window.

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