4TRESS AAA Server for Remote Access

STRONG AUTHENTICATION FOR REMOTE ACCESS AND BEYOND
HID Global’s 4TRESS AAA Server for Remote access for all your users, from 25 up to 200,000. AAA Server delivers flexible authentication, authorization and accounting (AAA) features, via an easy, best-in-class standardsbased solution used by millions worldwide. AAA Server simultaneously strengthens security, reduces costs and enhances the user’s experience.

4TRESS AAA Server Benefits:

ƒIncrease Productivity: Securely connect users from any location through simple authentication devices
Decrease Risk: Securely connect users via robust two-factor authentication, to inhibits breaches
Reduce Costs: Affordable server software supports long-lasting one-time password (OTP) tokens and cost-effective soft tokens
Accelerate Time-to-Benefit: Easy deployment within existing IT environments, including directories, virtual private networks (VPNs), firewalls and remote access gateways
Scale to hundreds of thousands  of users ƒ Authenticate laptops, smartphones, PCs and tablets

Leverage open standards for authentication protocols, directory protocols and OTP algorithms. AAA Server enables enterprises to secure and manage wireless local area networks (WLANs) and remote network access with a wide range of two-factor authentication devices, network access points and user stores. AAA Server supports the broad range of software and hardware tokens in the HID Global Identity Assurance portfolio.

To maximize usefulness, AAA Server supports essential protocols, suchas Remote Authentication DialIn User Service (RADIUS) and Terminal Access Controller AccessControl System Plus (TACACS+). To minimize costs and administration, AAA Server fully leverages anorganization’s existing corporate directory. Enterprises can easily deploy distributed authentication that eliminates redundant administration load and offers centralized administration of user profiles.

AAA Server also streamlines token issuance and reset with a user self-registration portal. This is especially helpful when remotely deploying soft tokens to a user’s personal (bring your own device
(BYOD)) smartphone or tablet. To further enhance usability, when a user’s OTP token is not present, AAA Server can send a short message service (SMS) text with a one-time password (OTP) to a
user’s pre-registered mobile phone.

Organizations seeking to deploy advanced fraud detection capabilities to secure cloud applications and multi-tenancy deployments should look at HID Global’s ActivID® Appliance for best-inclass, versatile authentication.

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SPECIFICATIONS

4TRESS for Remote Access: How It Works

System Requirements

Operating Systems
Administration Console: Microsoft® Windows XP Pro, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003,
Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2 (32- and 64-bit where applicable)
Authentication Server: Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2008,
Windows Server 2008 R2 (32- and 64-bit where applicable)

Databases
Microsoft SQL Server 2000, 2005, 2008 and 2008 R2 (Standard and Enterprise editions);
SQL Server Express 2005 and 2008 R2
Oracle 8.1.7.4, 9i, 10g and 11g (Standard and Enterprise editions)

Directories and Hardware (Minimum requirements)
Microsoft Active Directory Server 2003, 2003 R2, 2008 and 2008 R2
Sun™ Java System Directory Server 5.2, 6.1 and 6.3

Hardware
Intel® Pentium® III 650 Mhz
128 MB RAM, 4 GB hard disk

User Authentication

Methods
One-time password: Synchronous (3 variable-based ActivID-patented algorithm), OATH HOTP and TOTP
One-time password: Synchronous + Server-based PIN
(available for Mini Token)
One-time password: Challenge / response
SMS One-Time Password (+ an Activation Code)
X.509 certificate (EAP-TLS)
Static password
LDAP password
Routing to external RADIUS authentication server

Authentication Devices

Hardware Tokens:
Token, Pocket Token, Keychain Token, Mini Token (AE, AT, OE and OT), Desktop Token
Smart Cards and USB Keys: Smart Card, ActivKey SIM, ActivKey Display, DisplayCard – together with ActivClient middleware
and optionally ActivID Credential Management System
ActivID Soft Tokens: Mobile Soft Token (Android, BlackBerry, iPhone, Java Phone, Windows Mobile), PC Soft Token, Web Soft Token.

Standards Supported

Protocols
RADIUS RFC 2865, 2866, and 2869 TACACS+
RADIUS support for EAP: RFC 3579 and 3748 EAP-TLS RFC 2716
IEEE 802.1X (EAP-TLS, PEAP-MSCHAP v2, PEAP-GTC)
Cryptographic
DES, 3DES ANSI X9.9 (challenge / response)
ANSI X9.17 (key management)
Retail Financial Services Symmetric Key Management ANSI X9.52
One-Time-Password: OATH HOTP and TOTP

Supported Applications

VPN, Dialup-up, Firewalls and Wireless LAN products compatible with RADIUS or TACACS+, e.g. from Avential, Check Point, Cisco, Juniper, Microsoft, Nortel, Symantec
Web servers (Microsoft IIS, Sun One)
Citrix XenApp Server
Microsoft Terminal Server
Microsoft Outlook Web Access / Web App
Any application supporting RADIUS or TACACS+ for authentication

Administration

Capability to define authentication, authorization, and accounting profiles
Device management

Auditing, Accounting, and Reporting
Capability to consolidate, view, and delete audit logs RADIUS accounting (RFC 2866)

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