Extended PKI and Windows Support

Our latest product releases include a certificate authority service which can be used for accessing third-party applications and

Our latest product releases include a certificate authority service which can be used for accessing third-party applications and new Windows components for RDP and ADFS.

 As you may already know, WebADM includes a PKI subsystem which is designed for a stronger access to the administration portal and the self-services. The PKI is now enterprise-ready with the addition of the OCSP revocation check protocol; user certificates can also be used for s/mime email, PGP, Enterprise Wifi and secure access to web sites. With WebADM OCSP, third-party systems can validate the status of a user certificate on-demand, by calling the OCSP-compliant endpoint at https://yourserver/ocsp/. Please contact RCDevs support for more information.

Our credential provider for Windows Login now fully supports Microsoft Remote Desktop Gateway! If you run RD Gateway to publish Windows resources like applications or remote accesses, then you can enforce multi-factor authentication with any of the supported OpenOTP methods. Moreover, once you authenticate on the gateway, the backend service access will not prompt for the Windows username and password again. For a simplified user experience, only the OTP or One Tap Push validation is required.

Our plugin for Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) has been enhanced. It supports more concurrent users, more efficient OTP back-end server failover, login with OTP, U2F and One Tap Push validation. OpenOTP for ADFS provides MFA for Exchange, Sharepoint, RD Web Gateway and much more.