MFA for RDP and SSH

   Secure all modern and legacy network devices
   Centralize MFA for device access management
   Eliminate external proxies on your network infrastructure

SurePassID makes it quick and easy to add multi-factor authentication (MFA) to network devices via RADIUS and TACACS+


Lock down remote access to workstations and server infrastructure

Connecting remotely to workstations and server infrastructure is an everyday occurrence for IT organizations – and a focus of bad actors exploiting security breaches. No matter whether you’re using Windows Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) or Secure Shell (SSH) protocol, securing remote access on local consoles or via incoming connections is essential to Zero Trust and regulatory compliance.

Failing to secure RDP and SSH exposes your enterprise to attackers looking for ways to take advantage of insecure systems, exposed services, and vulnerable network endpoints. The result could be losing control over your systems, having credentials harvested for future attacks, or suffering the execution of malicious code.

SurePassID Universal MFA seamlessly integrates with your identity provider and RDP or SSH servers to secure remote access with MFA. For RDP, Credentialed User Access Control (UAC) elevation requests can invoke MFA depending on your Windows UAC configuration. For SSH, MFA can be applied to both Shells and Tunnels. The result is RDP/SSH multi-factor authentication that you can rely upon.


Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)

SurePassID MFA for Windows Logon and RDP is a connector that integrates with Microsoft Windows client and server operating systems to add multi-factor authentication (MFA) to your Remote Desktop and local logons - with offline two-factor authentication (2FA) to enable seamless login if network connectivity is unavailable.

Supported Windows Versions (32-bit and 64-bit):

  •     Windows 11
  •     Windows 10
  •     Windows 8.1
  •     Windows Server 2022
  •     Windows Server 2019
  •     Windows Server 2016
  •     Windows Server 2012 R2
  •     Windows Server 2012

Secure Shell  (SSH)

SurePassID MFA for SSH on Linux integrates with Linux Desktop and Server distributions like Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu, and others to add multi-factor authentication (MFA) to every remote or local SSH login via a PAM module.

Supported Linux distros include:

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)
  • Ubuntu
  • Fedora
  • CentOS
  • OpenSUSE
  • Debian