RB-1 hardware token card creates one-time network entry password

RB-1 hardware token card
creates one-time network entry password


The RB-1 hardware token card
from Cryptocard of Toronto is a credit-card size password generator featuring dual
replaceable batteries, user-managed initialization, multiple keys and multilingual
capability.


The token generates a one-time password for each network entry attempt.


The company also offers its ST-1 token, a software authentication token
written in Java. ST-1 is an on-screen reproduction of the RB-1 hardware token. Cryptocard
last month announced that it is teaming with Cisco Systems Inc. of San Jose, Calif., to
help administrators secure Microsoft Window NT enterprise networks.


The two companies have embedded CryptoAdmin, Cryptocard’s authentication/token
card management server software, within CiscoSecure Access Control Server 2.1 for Windows
NT.


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