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Re: Feature Request - Two-factor auth support for Veeam Cons

Post by randy.belbin » Sep 05, 2018 6:20 am 1 person likes this post

Hey there Veeam team!

I'm currently playing around with Backup and Replication in my home lab and I have to say that so far, I'm pretty impressed. Truly great work!
On the 2FA front, I have to say that backups (should) contain every piece of critical and sensitive data that a company owns. It seems really silly to go through all the trouble of putting 2FA on servers only to have the backups accessible with just a password. File level browsing and restores are great until they make their way into the wrong hands.

I'll be the first one to admit that access to the Veeam Console should be very tightly controlled. As in the only access should be from an admin workstation which is protected with 2FA. However, I think it would be awesome to have native 2FA support in the console for that extra piece of mind or for those folks who can't properly segment their networks.

Now for the full disclosure part - I work for RSA and we have a phenomenal partner engineering team that would be more than happy to work with your devs to implement our REST APIs into your products. 2FA is quickly becoming ubiquitous or table stakes or whatever we want to call it and we'd love to help you make strong auth another awesome feature of the Veeam console.

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Re: Feature Request - Two-factor auth support for Veeam Console

Post by crackocain » Jan 11, 2019 2:50 pm

+1.

Actually great fit "Veeam Authenticator" app iOS and Android :)
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