OATH-LDAP stands for implementing the OATH specification with an LDAP server as backend.
Presentation at LDAPcon 2015 by Axel Hoffmann:
2-factor Authentication with OpenLDAP, OATH-HOTP and Yubikey
- German readers can read article "Sicherheitsgewächs" in german computer magazine iX 2/2017.
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