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two factor authentication

Considering that the antsle is public facing and available via a subdomain URL, it seems fairly insecure for it to ONLY require a single password and not "lock" a user out after several repeated attempts at the password.  Using Selenium or some other web based testing tool a brute force attack would eventually succeed.

How is yours public facing?  The antman URL doesn't work outside my LAN and I can't ssh to my antsle unless I forward a port in my router.


Hi @acnicholls

That's correct, your antsle won't be accessible from outside your network unless you have it under a public IP. That being said, 2FA is in our roadmap.

Two-factor authentication is the most secure, especially if dspa is applied to it as a dynamic security method. Active Directory helps in supporting password change actions, and LDAP as a user support resource helps in this. And of course, all this is handled normally, using databases as the basis for user security.