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1 DIGIPASS Authentication for Microsoft ISA 2006 Single Sign-On for Outlook Web Access With IDENTIKEY Server / Axsguard IDENTIFIER Integration Guidelines

2 Disclaimer Disclaimer of Warranties and Limitations of Liabilities This Report is provided on an 'as is' basis, without any other warranties, or conditions. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of VASCO Data Security. Trademarks DIGIPASS, IDENTIKEY, IDENTIFIER & AXSGUARD are registered trademarks of VASCO Data Security. All trademarks or trade names are the property of their respective owners. VASCO reserves the right to make changes to specifications at any time and without notice. The information furnished by VASCO in this document is believed to be accurate and reliable. However, VASCO may not be held liable for its use, nor for infringement of patents or other rights of third parties resulting from its use. Copyright 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved.

3 Table of Contents DIGIPASS Authentication for Microsoft ISA Disclaimer... 2 Table of Contents Reader Overview Problem Description Solution Technical Concept General overview Microsoft Active Directory prerequisites Microsoft the ISA server prerequisites IDENTIKEY Server Prerequisites Active Directory Settings Domain functional level Constrained Delegation Microsoft IIS Settings SSL Server Certificate Require SSL Microsoft ISA 2006 Settings Certificate settings Importing root certificate Requesting Web Server certificate Publishing OWA RADIUS settings IDENTIKEY Server Policy configuration... 44

4 9.2 Client configuration Test OWA logon About VASCO Data Security... 50

5 1 Reader This Document is a guideline for configuring the partner product with IDENTIKEY SERVER or Axsguard IDENTIFIER. For details about the setup and configuration of IDENTIEKEY SERVER and Axsguard IDENTIFIER, we refer to the Installation and administration manuals of these products. Axsguard IDENTIFIER is the appliance based solution, running IDENTIKEY SERVER by default. Within this document, VASCO Data Security, provides the reader guidelines for configuring the partner product with this specific configuration in combination with VASCO Server and Digipass. Any change in the concept might require a change in the configuration of the VASCO Server products. The product name`identikey SERVER`will be used throughout the document keeping in mind that this document applies as well to the Axsguard IDENTIFIER. 2 Overview The purpose of this document is to demonstrate how to configure IDENTIKEY SERVER to work with Microsoft ISA server (ISA) to secure the Outlook Web Access (OWA) web site with a One Time Password (OTP). 3 Problem Description When using a DIGIPASS to authenticate to the ISA Server, your OTP will be checked by IDENTIKEY SERVER. When another website, requiring authentication, will be accessed behind the ISA firewall and you would like to use a single sign-on schema, ISA will send your username and OTP to this site. As the OTP would be validated a second time, you would receive a code replay. The solution to this problem could be entering your regular username and password or at least a second OTP. So the user would have to authenticate twice to access one website. 4 Solution In ISA Server 2006 it is now possible to authenticate to the OWA web site using Kerberos constrained delegation. This means the ISA server will, after a successful authentication to the IDENTIKEY SERVER, create a Kerberos ticket on the domain controller. With this ticket the user will be able to perform an integrated authentication on the OWA web site, without applying his credentials a second time. After configuring the IDENTIKEY SERVER, the ISA server and the Active Directory in the right way, you eliminate the weakest link in any security infrastructure the use of static passwords that are easily stolen guessed, reused or shared.

6 IDENTIKEY Server IP: RADIUS Port: 1812 Domain Controller(vasco. jsm) IP: CA: dc1. vasco. jsm Back-end Authentication RADIUS Authentication Kerberos ticket Kerberos Authentication /24 Kerberos ticket /24 Client IP: Microsoft ISA Server IP Ext.: IP In.t: Exchange publishe:d Exchange Server IP: OWA publishe:d mail. vasco. jsm /exchange Figure 1: Solution

7 5 Technical Concept 5.1 General overview The main goal of the ISA server is to perform authentication in a secure way to gain access to the OWA web site. As the ISA server can do authentication to an external service with RADIUS, we will place the IDENTIKEY SERVER in the middle of this process to secure the authentication with our proven IDENTIKEY SERVER software. 5.2 Microsoft Active Directory prerequisites I Important Notice To make use of the Kerberos constrained delegation, the domain functional level should be Windows Server If there are currently older domain controllers (2000, NT4 ) deployed in your domain, raising the domain function level is not possible. By default, in Windows 2003 server, the domain functional level is Windows 2000 mixed and will have to be raised. You also need a root CA to be installed for your domain. This is not necessary, but needed if you want to make use of HTTPS/SSL connections. 5.3 Microsoft the ISA server prerequisites Please make sure you have a working setup of the ISA server. It is very important this is working correctly before you start implementing the authentication to the IDENTIKEY SERVER and make a rule to publish an OWA web site. 5.4 IDENTIKEY Server Prerequisites In this guide we assume you already have IDENTIKEY Server installed and working. If this is not the case, make sure you get it working before installing any other features.

8 6 Active Directory Settings 6.1 Domain functional level I Important Notice Before continuing, please do be aware of the consequences of raising your domain functional level. If any older domain controllers (2000, NT4, ) are active in you network, do not raise the functional level. As it is required to raise the functional level to use Kerberos constrained delegation, you will not be able to complete this integration guide. On the domain controller, open the Active Directory Users and Computers administrative tool. Right-click your top domain and select Raise Domain Functional Level. Figure 2: Domain functional level (1) Choose Windows Server 2003 in the select box and click Raise. Figure 3: Domain functional level (2)

9 You get a notice that once you raised the domain functional level, you are not able to reverse this action and it is raised domain wide. Click OK to continue. Figure 4: Domain functional level (3) You will receive a confirmation message when raising the domain was successfully completed. Click OK to finish. Figure 5: Domain functional level (4) 6.2 Constrained Delegation Next, in the same window, go to the folder Computers and select the computer containing the ISA server. Right-click the server name and select Properties. Figure 6: Constrained Delegation (1)

10 Go to the Delegation tab. This tab is only shown when your domain functional level is Windows Server Select the option: Trust this computer for delegation to specified services only. And beneath this option select Use any authentication protocol. When this is done, the Add button will be available and click it. Figure 7: Constrained Delegation (2) Click the Users or Computers button to select the computer we want to delegate to. Figure 8: Constrained Delegation (3)

11 Search or select the computer where the Exchange front-end or OWA is located. Click OK to continue. In our example we installed Exchange on one computer, the domain controller. This could be installed on separate machines and even split in an Exchange front-end and back-end. In this case, be sure to select the front-end server where the authentication takes place. Figure 9: Constrained Delegation (4) When you selected the computer to delegate to, you have to choose the service type. The authentication comes from and goes to a web service, so find http in the list and click OK. Figure 10: Constrained Delegation (5)

12 The next screen shows you an overview of the delegation settings. This screen is actually saying: We give the computer ISA2006 the authority to delegate an http authentication to the chosen computer. Click OK to finish. Figure 11: Constrained Delegation (6)

13 7 Microsoft IIS Settings When we speak of the Exchange front-end computer, this is in the case of a split setup with Exchange front-end and Exchange back-end servers. If Exchange is just installed on a single machine, you may read Exchange front-end server as the Exchange server. 7.1 SSL Server Certificate Open the Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager administrative tool on the Exchange front-end server. Right-click on the web site under which Exchange is published and choose Properties. Default this is Default Web Site. Figure 12: SSL Server Certificate (1) Go to the Directory Security tab and click the Server Certificate button. This will start a wizard for creating a web server certificate. Figure 13: SSL Server Certificate (2)

14 Click Next to continue. Figure 14: SSL Server Certificate (3) Select the Create a new certificate option and click Next. Figure 15: SSL Server Certificate (4) If you use a personal root CA, you can choose to directly request the certificate at your CA. If you want to make use of a commercial root CA, you can prepare the request and send it later. The advice is to use an internal SSL certificate for the connection between the ISA server and the Exchange front-end server (this wizard). For the connection from the client to the ISA server you may use an external/commercial SSL certificate if you find this more suitable. We will come back to this issue later on. For our example we just use the DC1 computer as root CA for the whole setup.

15 Select Send the request immediately to an online certification authority and click Next. Figure 16: SSL Server Certificate (5) Give your certificate a meaningful Name and click Next to continue. Figure 17: SSL Server Certificate (6) Fill in your organization and organizational unit name. Click Next to advance. Figure 18: SSL Server Certificate (7)

16 Next, fill in the FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name) of the Exchange front-end server. The computer domain name is standard dc1.vasco.jsm, but we created a Cname in the DNS records for this address, being mail.vasco.jsm. Figure 19: SSL Server Certificate (8) Select your country in the list, fill in your state/province and city/locality. Click Next to continue. Figure 20: SSL Server Certificate (9) By default the SSL port is filled in with port 443. Unless you really need to change this port, leave it at the default value. Figure 21: SSL Server Certificate (10)

17 If your CA is setup correctly, it will show up in the list. Select your CA and click Next. If the CA does not show up, go back and choose to prepare the request now and send it later. Figure 22: SSL Server Certificate (11) The next screen shows you an overview of the settings for this certificate, make sure everything is correct. Click Next to continue, otherwise click Back to make some changes. Figure 23: SSL Server Certificate (12) The certificate is now created; click Finish to close the wizard. Figure 24: SSL Server Certificate (13)

18 7.2 Require SSL Because there may be other sites on the web server, we only want to protect the /Exchange directory with the created SSL certificate. Right-click the Exchange directory under the published web site (Default Web Site) and select Properties. Figure 25: Require SSL (1) Under the Directory Security tab, click the Secure communications Edit button. Figure 26: Require SSL (2)

19 Here you select the option Require secure channel (SSL) and click OK to finish. Figure 27: Require SSL (3) Right now the Exchange front-end server is set up. We will now configure the ISA server to connect to this SSL secured OWA site.

20 8 Microsoft ISA 2006 Settings 8.1 Certificate settings Importing root certificate When using a personal root CA to create an SSL certificate for the connection between the ISA server and the OWA web site, we have to add the certificate publisher to the Trusted Root Certification Authorities of the local computer account. This is a list of all certificate publishers that are trusted by Microsoft. When we use a certificate that was created by an personal root CA, we have to add this CA to the trusted list. When you have your personal root CA installed, you will find the root certificate on the designated server under the C:\ root. This is normally named like this: C:\COMPUTERNAME.domain.extension_friendly-name.crt In our example this would make: C:\DC1.vasco.jsm_dc1.crt Copy this file to the C:\ root of the ISA server. Figure 28: Importing root certificate (1) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 20 of 50

21 Open the Microsoft Management Console (MMC). Select Add\Remove Snap-in from the File menu. Figure 29: Importing root certificate (2) Click the Add button to select what kind of snap-in you would like to add. Figure 30: Importing root certificate (3) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 21 of 50

22 Select Certificates from the list and click Add. Figure 31: Importing root certificate (4) Select the Computer account. Click Next to continue. Figure 32: Importing root certificate (5) Choose the accounts of the Local computer (the computer the console is running on). Click Finish to end the wizard. Figure 33: Importing root certificate (6) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 22 of 50

23 As you are able to add more snap-ins at the same time, click Close when the certificate wizard has finished. In the local computers certificates window, right-click the Trusted Root Certification Authorities and select Import from the All Tasks panel. Figure 34: Importing root certificate (7) Click Browse to select the root certificate you copied earlier in the C:\ root. Afterwards click Next to continue. Figure 35: Importing root certificate (8) Figure 36: Importing root certificate (9) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 23 of 50

24 Default, the option Place all certificates in the following store is selected and has the right Certificate store. If not, select it and choose for the Trusted Root Certification Authorities. Figure 37: Importing root certificate (10) The next screen will show an overview of the actions. Review them and click Finish to import the certificate. Figure 38: Importing root certificate (11) You will receive a message stating that the import was successful. Click OK to finish. Figure 39: Importing root certificate (12) You will now find your own root CA in the list of trusted root certification authorities. You can leave this console MMC window open for later use VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 24 of 50

25 8.1.2 Requesting Web Server certificate What we did before was creating an SSL certificate for the protection of the internal network. The next step is to secure the connection from the client. It would be an extreme task to make all your clients import your own root certificate to trust the SSL web certificate. For this matter the trusted authorities list is already in Windows. So you can just buy a commercial SSL certificate from a company on this list that is trusted by everyone that uses Windows. Instead of using a commercial SSL certificate you can still use an SSL certificate from your personal root CA. It is easily done by using the Microsoft Certificate Services web site that is installed on your root CA. Go to the address: In our example this is: Figure 40: Requesting Web Server certificate (1) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 25 of 50

26 Click the advanced certificate request link. Figure 41: Requesting Web Server certificate (2) Choose to Create and submit a request to this CA. Figure 42: Requesting Web Server certificate (3) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 26 of 50

27 In the Certificate template list, select the Web Server certificate. Fill in all fields of the Identifying Information For Office Template block. Note: the Name field has to represent the URL users will type in to go the secured web site. Otherwise most browsers show an alert that the certificate name does not match the URL entered in the location field. Figure 43: Requesting Web Server certificate (4) Check the boxes Mark keys as exportable and Store certificate in the local computer certificate store. Click Submit to continue. Figure 44: Requesting Web Server certificate (5) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 27 of 50

28 Now you will be able to directly install the requested certificate by clicking the Install this certificate link. Figure 45: Requesting Web Server certificate (6) You will receive a security notification stating that trusting certificates from unknown sources could be dangerous. As we know where the certificate is coming from, it is safe to click Yes and continue. Figure 46: Requesting Web Server certificate (7) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 28 of 50

29 The web site now tells you the certificate is successfully installed. You can now close the browser window. Figure 47: Requesting Web Server certificate (8) In the certificate MMC window you can now find your newly created SSL certificate. Under the Personal folder of the local computer account you will find it. Figure 48: Requesting Web Server certificate (9) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 29 of 50

30 8.2 Publishing OWA To publish an OWA web site trough ISA, there is a wizard available on the ISA server. Open the ISA administration tool and click on the firewall policy in the left pane. Select Publish Exchange Web Client Access from the Tasks tab in the right pane. Figure 49: Publishing OWA (1) Type in a meaningful name for this policy and click Next. Figure 50: Publishing OWA (2) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 30 of 50

31 Select Exchange Server 2003 from the Exchange version list. Select the Outlook Web Access and Outlook RPC/HTTP(s) options and click Next. Note: only Exchange Server 2003 and upwards support the use of Kerberos constrained delegation. Figure 51: Publishing OWA (3) Choose to publish a single web site or load balancer if you have a single front-end Exchange server or only one load balancing address. Choose the other option if you have more than one front-end web site or multiple load balancing addresses. Click Next to continue. Figure 52: Publishing OWA (4) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 31 of 50

32 Choose to make use of SSL to connect to the OWA web site and click Next. Figure 53: Publishing OWA (5) Type the Internal site name as the FQDN of the OWA web site. Click Next. Figure 54: Publishing OWA (6) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 32 of 50

33 ISA acts as a proxy server, so all connections for the internal network pass the ISA server. To know when traffic is meant for the OWA web site, we will only accept requests for This domain name (type below). As public name you specify the address the clients use to connect to the OWA website. Example: clients type in their browser so our public name would be: mail.vasco.ext Figure 55: Publishing OWA (6) You now have the ability to create a listener, this is used to get bound to a port. The ISA server will listen like a regular web service on port 80 for HTTP or 443 for SSL, depending on what you select in the following steps. Be aware that listeners can be used more then once. So, different ISA policies can use the same listener. Based upon the domain name the policy accepts requests from. You have to see the listener apart from the ISA policy. The creation of the listener is a new wizard. The policy wizard will continue once the listener is created. Click the New button to create a new listener. Figure 56: Publishing OWA (7) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 33 of 50

34 Fill in an appropriate name for the listener. Figure 57: Publishing OWA (8) Here you can choose whether you want the listener to make use of HTTPS/SSL or HTTP. We already created an SSL certificate so we will choose to require SSL secured connections with clients. Figure 58: Publishing OWA (9) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 34 of 50

35 We only need to listen for connections coming from clients on the external network, because the internal traffic does not pass the ISA server. Figure 59: Publishing OWA (10) The following three figures show you how to import SSL certificate in the listener. 60. Select the Use single certificate for this web listener option. 61. Find the certificate in the list that was issued to the FQDN that users have to type in. Figure 60: Publishing OWA (11) Figure 61: Publishing OWA (12) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 35 of 50

36 62. The external name is shown in the text field. Click Next to continue. Figure 62: Publishing OWA (13) Choose HTML Form Authentication as how clients will provide their credentials to the ISA server. Select RADIUS OTP as the way ISA server will validate the credentials. Figure 63: Publishing OWA (14) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 36 of 50

37 If you want to publish more then one web site with the same listener (to be used in other policies), you can enable the ISA Server SSO (Single Sign On) option, for sites using the same domain. We are currently setting up a SSO solution between the ISA Server, IDENTIKEY SERVER and OWA. The SSO option talked about in the next screen is only used when more then one source is published. (Like Sharepoint, etc ) You could use for example the SSO domain: *.vasco.ext and be able to single sign on to mail.vasco.ext and sharepoint.vasco.ext, if you use the same listener for both policies in the ISA server configuration. In our example we chose not to enable the ISA server SSO option as we don t need it for this setup. Figure 64: Publishing OWA (15) The next screen will show you an overview of the listener settings. If all settings are correctly shown as you wanted, click Next. Figure 65: Publishing OWA (16) The listener is now configured, and the policy wizard will now continue automatically VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 37 of 50

38 In the Authentication Delegation screen, select Kerberos constrained delegation as the method used by the ISA server to authenticate to the published web server. In other words, this is the way the ISA server will try to authenticate to the OWA web site. The Service Principal Name is what is setup in chapter 5.2 Constrained Delegation. It is written like this: service_name/fqdn_owaserver. In our example this would become: http/dc1.vasco.jsm Figure 66: Publishing OWA (17) The User Sets is used to set who can use this policy. As we only want the authenticated users to be redirected to the OWA web site, we add All Authenticated Users. Click Next to continue. Figure 67: Publishing OWA (18) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 38 of 50

39 What will follow is an overview of the policy settings. Check all entries and make sure they are correct. You can still use the Back button to make changes. If all settings seem to be correct, click the Finish button. Figure 68: Publishing OWA (19) After clicking Finish, you will receive a notification message stating that for use of Kerberos constrained delegation you must configure the Active Directory to allow delegation. As we already did this, you can click OK. Figure 69: Publishing OWA (20) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 39 of 50

40 8.3 RADIUS settings To set up the authentication to IDENTIKEY SERVER, we still have to configure the RADIUS settings in the ISA server. You can do this by going to the properties of the Policy you just created. Figure 70: RADIUS settings (1) Then go to the Listener tab, and click the Properties button. Figure 71: RADIUS settings (2) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 40 of 50

41 Go to the Authentication tab, and click on the Configure Validation Servers button. Figure 72: RADIUS settings (3) On the RADIUS Servers tab, click on the Add button to add a new RADIUS server. In the new window provide all details of the IDENTIKEY SERVER server. Server name is the location where it s based, can be a hostname or an IP address. The description is optional. Use the Change button to add a shared secret and make sure the Authentication port is set to the same as configured in IDENTIKEY SERVER. In our example IDENTIKEY SERVER is also installed on the domain controller. Figure 73: RADIUS settings (4) Figure 74: RADIUS settings (5) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 41 of 50

42 Still in the Listener properties (Figure 72), also click the Advanced button. Make sure to select the option Require all users to authenticate. Click OK until you get back to the main window. Figure 75: RADIUS settings (6) To save all changes, click the Apply button on top of the center window. This will write all your changes and make them active on the current setup. Figure 76: RADIUS settings (7) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 42 of 50

43 You will receive a notification message stating that the changes to the configuration were successfully applied. Figure 77: RADIUS settings (8) The configuration of the ISA server and the Active Directory are completed. The only thing we still need to configure is the IDENTIKEY SERVER VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 43 of 50

44 9 IDENTIKEY Server Go to the IDENTIKEY Server web administration page, and authenticate with and administrative account. 9.1 Policy configuration To add a new policy, select Policies Create. Figure 78: Policy configuration (1) There are some policies available by default. You can also create new policies to suit your needs. Those can be independent policies or inherit their settings from default or other policies VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 44 of 50

45 Fill in a policy ID and description. Choose the option most suitable in your situation. If you want the policy to inherit setting from another policy, choose the right policy in the Inherits From list. Otherwise leave this field to None. Figure 79: Policy configuration (2) In the policy options configure it to use the right back-end server. This could be the local database, but also active directory or another radius server. This is probably the same that was in your default client authentication options before you changed it. Or you use the local database, Windows or you go further to another radius server. In our example we select our newly made Demo Policy and change it like this: Local auth.: Digipass/Password Back-End Auth.: Default (None) Back-End Protocol: Default (None) Dynamic User Registration: Default (No) Password Autolearn: Default (No) Stored Password Proxy: Default (No) Windows Group Check: Default (No Check) After configuring this Policy, the authentication will happen locally in the IDENTIKEY Server. So user credentials are passed through to the IDENTIKEY Server, it will check these credentials to its local user database and will answer to the client with an Access-Accept or Access-Reject message VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 45 of 50

46 In the Policy tab, click the Edit button, and change the Local Authentication to Digipass/Password. Figure 80: Policy configuration (3) The user details can keep their default settings. Figure 81: Policy configuration (4) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 46 of 50

47 9.2 Client configuration Now create a new component by right-clicking the Components and choose New Component. Figure 82: Client configuration (1) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 47 of 50

48 As component type choose RADIUS Client. The location is the IP address of the client. In the policy field you should find your newly created policy. Fill in the shared secret you entered also in the client for the RADIUS options. In our example this was vasco. Click Create. Figure 83: Client configuration (2) Now the client and the IDENTIKEY Server are set up. We will now see if the configuration is working VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 48 of 50

49 10 Test OWA logon Point your browser from an external client to the external address of the ISA server. And fill in a username and a One Time Password (OTP). In our example this is Note: Make sure the username you are trying to login with is known in IDENTIKEY SERVER and has a DIGIPASS account assigned to it. Other kind of self-registration methods can be found in the IDENTIKEY SERVER Administration Guide. Figure 84: Test OWA logon (1) If everything goes well, you should see your inbox, secured through the ISA server and IDENTIKEY SERVER. Figure 85: Test OWA logon (2) 2010 VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 49 of 50

50 11 About VASCO Data Security VASCO designs, develops, markets and supports patented Strong User Authentication products for e-business and e-commerce. VASCO s User Authentication software is carried by the end user on its DIGIPASS products which are small calculator hardware devices, or in a software format on mobile phones, other portable devices, and PC s. At the server side, VASCO s VACMAN products guarantee that only the designated DIGIPASS user gets access to the application. VASCO s target markets are the applications and their several hundred million users that utilize fixed password as security. VASCO s time-based system generates a one-time password that changes with every use, and is virtually impossible to hack or break. VASCO designs, develops, markets and supports patented user authentication products for the financial world, remote access, e-business and e-commerce. VASCO s user authentication software is delivered via its DIGIPASS hardware and software security products. With over 25 million DIGIPASS products sold and delivered, VASCO has established itself as a world-leader for strong User Authentication with over 500 international financial institutions and almost 3000 blue-chip corporations and governments located in more than 100 countries VASCO Data Security. All rights reserved. Page 50 of 50

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