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Secure On-Premise Hosting
With its YubiKey integration, UserLock works alongside Active Directory to offer a secure and complete on-premise MFA solution, without needing internet access.
Maximize User Productivity and Security
UserLock can customize the frequency and circumstances for YubiKey authentication. Combine with UserLock restrictions based on login context to further secure all user access.
Easy For All Active Directory Users
UserLock and the YubiKey work together to make it easy to secure all Active Directory user logins, including the most privileged system and admin accounts.
UserLock works with:
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Identify your YubiKey
- Computer Login
- Identity Access Management
- Privileged Access Management
- Remote Access
- Virtual Private Network
Compatible legacy YubiKeys
- YubiKey 4
- YubiKey 4 Nano
- YubiKey 4C
- YubiKey 4C Nano
- YubiKey NEO
- YubiKey NEO-n
- YubiKey Edge
- YubiKey Edge-n
- YubiKey Nano
- YubiKey Standard
Working alongside Active Directory, UserLock integrates seamlessly with the logon process to deliver multi-factor authentication (MFA) with the YubiKey, contextual restrictions and real-time session management for all login attempts.
By enabling MFA, contextual restrictions, and real-time insight around Active Directory user account logons, UserLock helps ensure only the appropriate use of critical systems and sensitive data to avoid a breach or non-compliance. With UserLock, the ability to successfully logon (and remain logged on) becomes more than just whether the right credentials are used. Administrators can protect users’ access, even when credentials are compromised.
Security protocol support
- One Time Password - TOTP
- One Time Password - HOTP
Desktop/laptop platform support
- Microsoft Windows
Get started using UserLock with the YubiKey.
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