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Re: Alternative for RSA SecureID

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From: Donald Evans
Date: Apr 27, 2011 8:51AM


FYI, Freedom denies having RSA in JAWS Professional.

On Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 10:12 AM, David Farough < <EMAIL REMOVED>
> wrote:

> We use Nortel VPN client to establish the connection to our network.
> The user sets the pin for the RSA token and the client picks up the
> value for the rest of the key which changes every few seconds. this way
> it is not necessary for the user to be aware of the value of the key at
> any given time. Just recently we have begun using a similar client from
> Cisco. It works exactly the same way but seems to be a bit quicker
> about establishing the connection. It can be set up to establish a
> default connection upon launch which is a good thing because the
> interface does not work well with Jaws out of the box.
>
> System access has a remote computer access component which works well
> and even works with Jaws and other Access technologies. Of course this
> requires that the remote computer be left running unattended so security
> can be an issue. Freedom Scientific offers a similar capability with
> Jaws professional, but this costs extra on top of the higher price of
> Jaws Professional.
>
> David Farough
> Application Accessibility Coordinator/coordonateur de l'accessibilité
> Information Technology Services Directorate /
> Direction des services d'information technologiques
> Public Service Commission / Commission de la fonction publique
> Email / Courriel: <EMAIL REMOVED>
> Tel. / Tél: (613) 992-2779
>
> >>> Donald Evans < <EMAIL REMOVED> > 09:33 AM Wednesday, April 27,
> 2011 >>>
> Does anyone have a recommendation for an alternative to the RSA device
> for
> blind users?
>
> --
> Donald F. Evans,
> Making Websites Accessible
> Senior Accessibility Architect
> Deque Systems
> Email: <EMAIL REMOVED>
> (O) (571) 449-3572
> (C) (703) 608-8890
>
> <http://www.deque.com>;
>