OpenFortiGUI 0.3.0 with OTP-Auth

New release again and so another new feature. : )

Version 0.3.0 brings the most requested feature “OTP-Authentication”.

OpenFortiGUI implements this by scanning the output of openfortivpn for special “OTP-keywords” to detect an OTP-Auth request. Then it prompts the user for the OTP-Token and redirects it do openfortivpn.

The advantage of this method is that there is no modification of the original openfortivpn source required. It was successfully tested with a Fortigate 50E.

Please give it a try and leave feedback.

More details can be found on the project-page. Have fun.

6 thoughts on “OpenFortiGUI 0.3.0 with OTP-Auth

  1. hhllss

    Hi,

    I have tested against a 60E running latest version, a 60D version 5.2.8 and a 600c running version 5.2.5. So far, so good with OTP. Very nice. I just have a problem with DNS since I am never getting the remote one (I suppose that there is no link with OTP, anyway).

    Thank you for your work.

    Regards,

    hhllss

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    1. Ti Post author

      Hello, thanks for your feedback. This problem was solved now in the latest release (0.3.3). Give it a try.

      Cheers Rene

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      1. hhllss

        Hello,

        I just tried the version 0.3.3, and for me everything is perfectly fine. Thank you again.

        Regards,

        hhlls

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  2. Thomas

    Not working for me. on 0.3.3 on Debian Jessie. When I disconnect it only then prompts me for the token but not when I click on connect. I have checked and no other windows open up, it just get stuck on Connecting.

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    1. Carlos

      Same here. Clicking on “Connect” the vpn goes into “Connecting” state but stays stuck there.
      If I then choose “Disconnect”, it disconnects AND only then shows the OTP dialog.
      As you might expect, entering the OTP at that point is of no help 🙂

      Running Debian Stretch, Xfce + xmonad.

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