In our recent 2022 ThinLinc Users’ Survey, we asked whether or not you use any form of two-factor authentication (2FA) or one-time password (OTP) with ThinLinc. We were quite surprised to find that 82% of respondents answered “no” to this question.
We do know that 2FA is a requirement for many organizations as part of their security protocol, and we are curious to know more about what these requirements are.
Specifically, we want to know whether anyone is interested in something like bug #4962, which would allow chaining together of multiple authentication mechanisms in the OpenSSH server configuration. This is slightly different to the way in which ThinLinc currently handles 2FA, and would enable different combinations of authentication mechanism to be used simultaneously.
Feel free to let us know whether (or not) you would find something like this useful, and leave any comments below.