MacAdmins.org Podcast, Episode 12: Two Factors Enter, One Factor Leaves
- Tom Bridge, Partner at Technolutionary LLC [@tbridge]
- Pepijn Bruienne, R&D Engineer at Duo Security [@bruienne], Proprietor of EnterpriseMac.Bruienne.com
- Charles Edge, Director of Professional Services at JAMF Software, That Guy at Krypted.com [@cedge318]
- Richard Purves, Senior Mac Consultant at REDACTED
Tom, Charles and Pepijn talk with Richard Purves on the role of multi-factor authentication (MFA) in Mac systems administration, including a short history of MFA, how to work with MFA in macOS Sierra and Mac OS X. We cover a bunch of the infrastructure necessary to work with MFA, as well as tactics and strategies for their inclusion in your IT operations.
WARNING: Deals with either carcinogenic or flammable or corrosive chemicals. Usually a combination of two of these! Informational only: do not perform unless a trained lab chemist.
Note that on OS X, this information is good background but doesn’t seem to work on macOS. Doing anything with the kerberos realm appears to be ignored and Apple instead looks for a file at
$ sudo security authorizationdb smartcard enable
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