Software Tokens for Windows Phone
RSA SecurID Software Token for Windows Phone
- Strong two-factor authentication to protected services
- Support for up to 10 RSA SecurID tokens per device
- Application available for download through the Windows Phone Store
- Support for Dynamic Seed Provisioning (CT-KIP)
- Support for copying the tokencode/passcode
- Support for software tokens that emulate the authentication experience of users with RSA SecurID Hardware Authenticators
- Support for file-based provisioning using RSA SecurID Software Token Converter
- Support for Landscape mode
Note: Requires 128-bit (AES) software tokens. No support for 64-bit (SID) software tokens
|RSA SecurID Software Token 1.0
for Windows Phone
|Free of charge through the Windows Phone Store. Search for "SecurID" in the "Business" category.
Device Definition File
|RSA SecurID Software Token
RSA SecurID Software Token Converter for provisioning tokens
|Currently Shipping Version||RSA SecurID Software Token 1.0 for Windows Phone|
|Storage Requirements||3.5 MB of available memory on Windows Phone device|
|Required Components||Windows Phone 8.0 (backwards compatible to 7.5)
RSA Authentication Manager (6.1, 7.1 or 8.1) or RSA SecurID Authentication Engine for Java (2.6 or 2.8)
|Ordering Options||AES (128-bit) token seeds available in six-month and 1-, 2-, 3-, 4-, 5- and 10-year lifetime configurations.
RSA SecurID Software Token for Windows Phone is available free of charge through the Windows Phone Store. Search for "SecurID" in the "Business" category. Token seeds are available through RSA sales channels.
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