Two-factor authentication (OTP), signed authentication (U2F), contextual login, maximum of flexibility and simplicity.
Enterprise Security with Multi-Factor, IAM, SSO, Mobile PKI
RCDevs is an award-winning Software company providing security solutions designed for modern enterprise technologies and suited for SMEs to large corporations. RCDevs’ solutions are high-quality, cost-effective and trusted by thousands of companies in all businesses, including fortune 100 companies. Choosing RCDevs Two-Factor Authentication Server helps optimizing your IT investments in a very efficient and easy-to-implement way!
Our products enhance your existing systems and applications with flexible strong authentication, fine-grained access control management, single-sign-on and secure transactions. Our unique platform integrates seamless into your IT infrastructure and enables your centrally-managed security control center.
Our main project: OpenOTP™ stands for a very powerful Multi-Factor authentication solution providing secure and reliable authentication of remote users to online services, Cloud, VPNs, Citrix, RDP, SSH, Intranet and much more. OpenOTP has been quickly adopted by the security market because of its flexibility, unlimited features and simplicity.
Our solutions are completely free for up to 40 users!
Still not convinced? Just download our software and try by yourself.
Our customers report OpenOTP is simply the best alternative in the OTP/U2F market!
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Quick try multi-factor with your VPN, Windows RDP, Citrix, Linux, or Web Apps.
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Online Demos are available for free to let you try RCDevs multi-factor in 5 minutes and authenticate with your mobile or Yubikey.
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