LAWN Login Authenticator
Get the Login Authenticator here:
What is it?The Login Authenticator is a Java application that automates the process of authenticating to use the LAWN or the CoC MobileNet networks. Instead of using a web browser and typing in your username and password, just double-click the Login Authenticator. You can configure it to either prompt you for your password every time, or just store it on the Mac OS X keychain. As long as your Mac OS X keychain password is secure, you should not need to worry about your password being stolen (See here for more information on using the Mac OS X keychain). The authenticator uses SSL and verifies the certificate chain for you, so your login credentials remain secure.
What do I need to use it?You need to have Java 1.4.1 installed on Mac OS X 10.2 (Jaguar) or later. If you have Java 1.3.1 installed, you can download the Java 1.4.1 update via Software Update. All recent versions of Mac OS X (Panther, Tiger) have everything you need out-of-the-box.
How do I use the Login Authenticator?Just double-click on the Login Authenticator icon. The application will ask you for your prism (gt#) login.
Last modified 29 August 2007 at 9:58 am by eaganj