Two-factor authentication (2FA) combines something you have - your mobile phone
- with something you know - your password - to complete a strong authentication
solution. When a subscriber logs into a system protected by CNS 2FA, they
must first enter their regular user name and password. We then send the
registered mobile device a random PIN code via SMS, and prompt for the same code
on the login screen. The subscriber must enter the correct PIN code to complete
the login procedure. PIN codes can also be sent to email addresses. We
will also be releasing applications for smartphones soon - eliminating the need
to wait for a SMS because the random code will instead always be available from
the mobile device.
How to install RDP Randomizer:
Installing RDP Randomizer is very easy and will require a
reboot of the VPS. To install RDP Randomizer, please
download and run the installer from inside your VPS. The installer can
be found on our helpdesk, on the top page under the section "Popular files".
You will be prompted to enter an email address where a new RDP shortcut will be
sent. The VM will then reboot after you press the Randomize button, so
close your RDP window and wait a few minutes. You can then reconnect with
the new RDP shortcut you received via email.
* Reduced CPU usage when GUI is minimized into
system tray near system clock.
* Added option to disable/enable all
applications. In GUI it is in menu Edit, in AutobootCtrl (API) this is
--enableAll and --disableAll options.
* Fixed 2 bugs with logs monitoring: 1) Sometimes
it was missing the keywords when two logs used. 2) When log file busy it had
possibility sometimes to miss keywords.
Changes in Autoboot 3.0.21: * Improved API
Changes in Autoboot 3.0.20:
* Introduced Autoboot API: AutoBootCtrl.exe which allows to control Autoboot service from command line. Currently supported commands: --list, --start, --stop. Please see Autoboot documentation for full details.