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Brunold Rainer Absent Member.
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NAM TOTP login without password

Hello,

I have configured a new authentication contract that first uses the secure name/password form and then TOTP.
Works fine and the secret is stored in LDAP.

But I would prefer to have only a user id and no password being entered prior to TOTP.
By using that way I can protect users from being locked via intruder.

Is there a way to configure this ?

I can only find the radius class where i can deselect password required, but that does not help with this.

Rainer
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Re: NAM TOTP login without password

On 23-04-2019 10:24 PM, brunold wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> I have configured a new authentication contract that first uses the
> secure name/password form and then TOTP.
> Works fine and the secret is stored in LDAP.
>
> But I would prefer to have only a user id and no password being entered
> prior to TOTP.
> By using that way I can protect users from being locked via intruder.
>
> Is there a way to configure this ?
>
> I can only find the radius class where i can deselect password required,
> but that does not help with this.


out of the box, no, however, it is not overly complex to build a class that asks for a username only and then totp would be the "2nd" factor


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Cheers,
Edward
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