When it comes to security, passwords are king.
But the passwords for webex sessions are also the future, and they’re here to stay.
That’s why Cisco’s webex group of security vendors has launched a new password generator, which they hope will provide some security features for web expos and meetings that require a strong password.
The new password is based on the “password hash algorithm” of the popular password hashing service OpenPGP, but it also uses SHA-1, a cryptographic hash that uses 256 bits of data to protect against dictionary attacks.
The group has already created a version for the Cisco webEx platform that has a base security of 10,000, and it’s also available on the Cisco platform for other web platforms.
For webex, the security benefits are obvious: Cisco says that the new password will be used for both web sessions and webex conferences.
But it also makes it possible for web-based sessions to be accessed by anyone on the web, and also for people who don’t have a web account on the site to access them.
Cisco has not provided a list of the webex-specific credentials that will be required for a new webex session, but the Cisco password generator will require these, too.
For more on webex security, read our post on how to create and use a webex password.
Citrix also released a new “Cisco webEx” security product earlier this month that offers several enhancements over its own webEx password.
For example, the new Cisco webEX password is built around the OpenPGPs hash algorithm.
This means that you’ll need to be able to hash your password in your browser and use the OpenSSL library to derive the key for the new hash.
You can use the same password for the CIO webEx session, which Cisco calls the “webExCIO” session, or you can use a new, stronger hash for the session.
Cisco says this is because it “saves more than 30 percent” compared to using a plain SHA-2 hash.
CivilityWebEx also includes a new CIO-specific “webEXCIO-only” key that’s only used for the webExCio session.
You can use this key for webEXCio sessions as well, but there are a few caveats.
Cicom says that you can’t use a plain key to generate a webEx CIO session, as this will create a new session in your cache that can’t be opened.
You also can’t sign in to the session from an application that doesn’t support WebExCios, like Gmail.
CisCIO also can only be used in a webEX CIO, which means you can only log in to a webCIO session from your browser.
You’ll also need to have the CICOM application installed on your computer.
CifoWebEx and CiscoWebEx have separate webEx authentication features.
CiscoWebEX will use the Cisco open web standard to authenticate for sessions and Cifo WebEx will use a different, open standard to allow web sessions.CISCOWebEx uses a custom WebEx authentication library for WebEx sessions, but you’ll also have to enable the Cisco WebEx CIFO authentication library if you want to log in.