When will On Demand support two factor authentication? Simple login/password security on world-accessible web sites just doesn't cut it these days.
There is a non-proprietary, open standard for two-factor authentication. It's called RFC 4226. This is the same standard that Google uses for Gmail and that is implemented by the Google Authenticator smartphone app and others.
The algorithm, based on SHA-1, is easy to implement, and key management and distribution is easy as well.
Atlassian needs to get on the bandwagon before something really damaging and embarassing happens.
Hi, there is an open issue in Crowd for it. It will be implemented in Crowd. Please vote for it https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CWD-677.
Otherwise, if you are looking for a hosted Atlassian solution outside of OnDemand with two factor authentication, we've done this before for customers using an Apache Module. If you are interested, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Two factor is usually very poorly implemented, or just misunderstood. I'm hoping that if Atlassian do something like it, they do it properly. Quite difficult given that there aren't many good examples around.
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