ITworld: Secure Mac and Linux Authentication
Jun 02, 2005, 07:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by James Gaskin)
"There are several reasons I'm not a big Apple fan (high prices,
blogger lawsuits etc.) but let's blame them for the right things.
Some PC fans say the Mac isn't ready for corporate use because
there's no secure authentication option. You can still complain
about your first generation iPod battery, but you can't complain
about this anymore.
"CryptoCard (.com) makes a variety of secure authentication and
ID management tools, and they just released support for OS X Tiger
(they already did Panther). For the rest of you PC alternative
fans, Linux support includes Red Hat, SuSE, and an easy compile
option for Debian..."