Anyone out there used WikiD with WI 5.0 yet?
WikiD is an open source, two-factor authentication solution.
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We have at least one current prospect that is testing WiKID against Citrix Web Interface 5.0. IIRC, he's finished with that and has moved on to another service. We also had someone from Citrix download the server saying they were going to write and knowledge base article about it, but I never got a link to the article, though the integration was successful. One of the things that was of interest to him was support for mutual https authentication (http://www.wikidsystems.com/learn-more/technology/mutual_authentication/) which prevents network-based MITM attacks.
Anyone who would like to test, may download an eval verion of the WiKID Strong Authentication server Enterprise Edition. Feedback is much appreciated. The commercial version is required for radius support (sorry - we've licensed a 3rd party radius lib that we cannot release as open source :). Radius integration is quite simple and I'm glad that Citrix has finally added it to their product line.
Thanks for replying.
I'm going to build a WI 5.0 test server to checkout WikiD integration. However, one point of confusion is that the Community Edition page (http://www.wikidsystems.com/community-version) indicates that the Citrix WI plugin is included.
I would have thought that integration with WI 5.0 would have been implemented using RADIUS which, according to your comments, would require the Enterprise Edition of WikiD? If it isn't implemented using RADIUS, does the WikiD Citrix WI plug-in work for older 4.x Web Interface versions?
It may work - I really couldn't say. I think Citrix has changed versioning methods since we wrote that! We leave it out there just in case anyone want to hack at the code :). FWIW, you can test both using the Enterprise version. I don't know what changes Citrix made to their plugin system.
Thanks Nick, I'll give it a go.
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