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PostPosted: Sat Mar 23, 2013 10:18 am 

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Project name: No-database-needed ASP.Net VB authentication server.

License: GNU GPL v3

This is an EASY TO USE Yubikey authentication object that uses an MS SQL Server, or flat-file system to store the Yubikey keys.

It's designed for use for between 1 to a couple of hundred users.

It's fully OOP, and works reliably, but isn't super-hardened, so don't use it for your new bank online system! This is because it doesn't go to great lengths to keep sensitive data encrypted while in memory, using the .NET ProtectedMemory? class.

I wrote it after finding there were no ASP.Net VB versions of the authentication software. VB programmers always get left out!

Platforms: Windows - Visual Studio 2010. ASP.Net VB.

Webpage: https://code.google.com/p/nodatabase-yubikey-server/

The full details are in the Visual Studio as soon as you open the project, and hit run. (F5).

Out-of-the-box you just need to customise a small "create users" subroutine, and run the project and select the "initialise store" link... this will set the storage system up for your first few users.

On the homepage is a sample Yubikey field, that you can use to test key verification, and the source code of which demonstrates how to use the key-checking class.

Thanks go out to rpimonitrbtch for the ModHex nybble LUT algorithm.

The people here: https://code.google.com/p/yubikey-net/

And the people here: http://yubico.github.com/yubico-j/

And all the YubiKey programming staff for the other algorithms and code, over at Yubico: http://www.yubico.com/products/yubikey- ... e/yubikey/

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 26, 2013 8:33 am 
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This is very interesting.

Well done Sarah!


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