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OATH configuration in Digital Access

Open Authentication (OATH) is a reference architecture for strong authentication across all users and all devices over all networks using open standards. The Smart ID Digital Access component OATH implementation can be configured as a one factor method, requiring username and OTP, or as a two factor method requiring password in addition to username and OTP. A token is required, soft or hard, to generate the OTP. For more information, see Authentication methods in Digital Access.

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