Yeah, I guess it's not really cloud specific, other than the idea that it's
for remote systems that are in networks I don't control, and it needs to be
a setup that is easily replicated/deployed...you know, like an AWS instance,
or such ;)
I had looked around for a pam module for the google auth not terribly long
ago and didn't find anything that was outside of alpha-level stuff.
On Fri, Jan 28, 2011 at 6:36 PM, Jeremy Katz <katzj(a)fedoraproject.org>wrote:
Right, the AWS two factor auth is just for access to their stuff and
not at all related to instance auth.
You basically want anything that can be used for two factor auth in
Fedora? The Yubikeys should work (http://www.yubico.com/yubikey
I also vaguely remember that Google released a library with a pam
module for their two factor auth a few months ago although I'm not
finding a link to it in a quick check
On Fri, Jan 28, 2011 at 4:42 PM, Brian LaMere
> Anyone have luck setting up two-factor auth for Fedora in "the Cloud" -
> preferably, at AWS? Yes, I got one of the token generators discussed
> at http://aws.amazon.com/mfa/
> However, those only appear to help with authentication to (per the faq):
> Secure pages on the AWS Portal (http://aws.amazon.com
> AWS Management Console (https://console.aws.amazon.com
> What if I need to multi-factor auth to the instances themselves? Anyone
> know if there's a service out there that does this for Fedora (or RedHat,
> which can easily be made to work for...) instances in the "cloud?"
> I'm used to doing this locally and then making the remote systems only
> access via a limited number of machines (which themselves do 2-factor).
> now in a situation though with every workstation being outside the trust
> zone completely, VPN not being something that could change that (too many
> details...), and thus needing to accomplish the 2-factor in the cloud
> itself. Most of the results from "two factor authentication cloud" I get
> are about cloud-based providers authenticating the local
> what I need, which is a service that I can auth cloud-based machines
> for the second factor. I know of many industries that would *have* to
> a 2-factor solution to use cloud instances, so surely my google-fu is
> not working...anyone gone down this road themselves yet?
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