How to Access F5 using TURing - Demonstration
Authenticate access to F5
securely using the TURing image
to F5 using TURing
Watch the video to see how to authenticate access to the VPN through F5
using the TURing image authenticator, with PINsafe® technology.
Demonstration video showing Swivel Secure’s PINpad®, authenticating the user login to Windows Credential Provider (WCP).
Two Factor Authentication for F5 using the TURing image authenticator
Using the TURing image as an authentication factor allows users to authenticate access to F5 VPN and separate apps instantly.
TURing is a 10-digit code presented in the form of a rectangular image in the user’s web browser. The user then takes from it the numbers represented by their PIN. If their PIN is 1370, then they simply take the 1st, 3rd, 7th, and 10th character from the presented image.
With no SMS to send, app to download, or token to provide, the image based solution is the fastest and simplest authentication factor on the market to deploy and use.
Ease of use
Presenting the image in the user’s web browser, whether accessing an SSL VPN, Cloud application or internal application, means there is no second device required. With no physical or soft token to manage, the total cost of ownership and management of the image-based service is very competitive.
Want to know more?
Swivel Secure supports hundreds of hardware and software integrations using authentication protocols such as SAML, RADIUS, and own custom XML-API. If you’d like to discuss how we integrate with a particular technology using one of our authentication factors please contact us.
Contact us for a personal demonstration
If you’d like a personal no-obligation demonstration we’d be happy to help. Choose from our range of authentication factors and provide your contact details, and we’ll do the rest.