All new questions are checked and tested before each release but sometimes mistakes can happen.
Any questions that are found to have errors in them will be posted here and corrected in the next release of the software.
ICND1.C.041.1; 'Given the network 172.16.2.0' should read 'Given the network 172.16.0.0'. Corrected in version 1.1.
CCNA Exam Sim
Below are the short term and long term goals of the software we develop.
Tags: roadmap, apps, updates, features
CCNA Exam Sim is an iPad simulation of the ICND1, ICND2 and CCNA exams. The app has been designed to mimic the real exams as closely as possible on an iPad. The app itself will be free with a 10 question exam so you can check it out for yourself. Question packs will be purchasable from the app store for as little as $2.99 USD.
The app will be launched in the next couple of weeks and there will be an ICND1 exam pack to download for $2.99 USD. There is plans to release two more exam packs within the next couple of months: ICND2 and CCNA-Security.
Here a few screenshots from the app:
Tags: ccna, icnd, icnd1, icnd2, exam, sim
From version 1.3 onwards you can use SecuriToken with your Amazon Web Services (AWS) account. Previous versions did not support this because users were unable to enter an arbitrary length seed/secret. AWS uses an arbitrary length base 32 seed with a TOTP, 6 digit, 30 second one time password.
The process is described below:
Amazon allows you to enable multi-factor authentication on your account here... and pressing Enable MFA AWS Device.
When prompted select Virtual MFA Device and press Continue.
Click Manage MFA Device, this is located in the lower right of the web page.
Finally, press 'Click here to enable your device'.
Add a new token in SecuriToken by pressing the plus + button at the bottom of the application window. Configuration is very simple. Paste the seed/secret that you copied from the AWS website into the seed text box, ensuring that you specify the seed as base 32 encoded.
It is also very important to ensure that you select a OTP passcode length of 6 digits and a time step of 30 seconds.
To enable your virtual device Amazon asks that you enter two consecutive OTP passwords. Simply generate a one time password in SecuriToken by double clicking your new token entry. Enter this as your first password on the AWS website.
Wait for 30 seconds and then generate the second password (make sure it is not the same as the first password, if it is wait another few seconds and generate the next password). Once you have both passwords entered, press 'Activate Authentication Device' on the Amazon Web Services website and you are done!
You can now use your SecuriToken to authenticate with Amazon Web Services. SecuriToken can be purchased on the Mac App Store (Click the link below).
Tags: otp, hotp, totp, oath, securitoken, was, amazon, two-factor, mfa, multi-factor
From version 1.2 onwards you can use SecuriToken for two-factor authentication on your Google GMail account.
Log on to your GMail account as normal. from the menu in the top right hand side of the screen select account settings:
Once in to your settings, select Using 2-step verification from the personal settings/security section:
On the next screen press Start Setup. Choose any of the smartphone applications in the dropdown list, it doesn't matter which as long as you don't opt for SMS. You will be presented with a bar code of your seed. Press the link under the barcode: Can't scan the barcode? You will be given a base32 encoded copy of your seed. copy this seed for use in SecuriToken.
In the SecuriToken application add a new token. when you are entering the seed select Base32 Encoded (80bit) and paste your code into the text box. Finally, press Add;
Note: Ensure that 30 Seconds and 6 Digits are also selected.
Google require that you enter a verification code. Double click your token entry and the OTP/verification code will be generated:
Your token is now ready for future use. SecuriToken can be purchased on the Mac App Store (Click the link below).
Tags: gmail, google, token, two factor, totp, hotp, otp
SecuriToken is an RFC compliant HOTP/TOTP token for generating one time passwords. It also supports password generation for Google Mail accounts.
To promote the launch of SecuriToken we are giving away 20 free copies to the first 20 people that either submit a valid feature request or mention SecuriToken on Twitter.
SecuriToken is an RFC compliant application to create and manage multiple software tokens for the OS X platform. Turning your Mac into a One Time Password (OTP) generation device which can be used in the place of hardware tokens.
The token seeds are protected using AES128 encryption to stop unauthorised access to the software token seeds should your hardware be compromised.
Tags: totp, otp, hotp, rfc, token, gmail, aes, free
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