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Enhance Security with Multi-Factor Authentication for Domino

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Introducing MFA for HCL Domino®

Prominic.NET created a new option for multi-factor authentication for HCL Domino. The new tool is called MFA for HCL Domino®, and it is free and open source, licensed under the Apache license.

MFA for HCL Domino provides both SMS and TOTP support, a fully customizable user interface, and multi-language prompts. With this powerful tool, you can significantly enhance the security of your Domino servers on the latest versions of Domino.

 

Why Choose MFA for Domino?

Compatible with Domino 10 and higher

No need to install a separate TOTP app

‘Remember Device’ functionality for added convenience

Customizable logo and user prompts for a branded experience

Ideal for Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions built upon Domino

Sign-in alerts via email to keep you informed

Geolocation-based IP address reporting (work in progress)

SMS support with auto-population on Safari

Supports multiple languages for broader accessibility

Fully customizable login experience – access the source code

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What is Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)?

In today’s digital landscape, relying solely on a username and password is no longer enough to protect sensitive data. Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) introduces an additional “factor” for login security, ensuring a higher level of protection against unauthorized access.

While SMS-based authentication is a common method, it may not be the most secure due to SIM cloning vulnerabilities. However, MFA for Domino has an alternative—Time-based One-Time Passwords (TOTP) for Domino 12. While manual entry of TOTP codes can be cumbersome, the trade-off between convenience and security can be worth it.

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If you would like to more about the technical and other aspects of this multi-factor authentication tool, click on the button to read an in-depth article about it and / or watch the launch presentation below.

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