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Select RSA SecurID Software Token, and then tap Get. If prompted, enter your Apple ID or iTunes account credentials. To install the app with iTunes: 1. Connect your device to a USB port on your computer, and then launch the App store in iTunes. In the Search field, enter RSA SecurID Token, and then download the app to. By RSA Security The RSA SecurID Authenticate app works with RSA SecurID Access to provide strong authentication and convenient single sign-on to corporate applications. Install the app on your. Download RSA SecurID Authenticate for Windows 10 for Windows to the RSA SecurID Authenticate app works with RSA SecurID Access to provide strong authentication and convenient single sign-on to.

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RSA SecurID Authenticate is an Android Communication App that is developed by RSA Security and published on Google play store on NA. It has already got around 50,000+ downloads so far with an average rating of 3.0 out of 5 in play store.

RSA SecurID Authenticate requires Android OS version of 3.4 and up. Also, it has a content rating of Everyone , from which one can decide if it is suitable to install for family, kids or adult users.

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Since RSA SecurID Authenticate is an Android App and cannot be installed on Windows PC or MAC directly, we will show how to install and play RSA SecurID Authenticate on PC below:

  • Firstly, download and install an Android emulator to your PC
  • Download RSA SecurID Authenticate APK to your PC
  • Open RSA SecurID Authenticate APK using the emulator or drag and drop the .APK file into the emulator to install the App.
  • OR
  • If you do not want to download the .APK file you can still run RSA SecurID Authenticate PC by connecting or configuring your Google account with the emulator and downloading the App from play store directly.
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If you follow the above steps correctly, you should have the RSA SecurID Authenticate App ready to run on your Windows PC or MAC.

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Last updated: 20 Aug, 2020
NAS USERS ONLY: These steps apply only to the agency-wide soft tokens that are provided by the NASA Advanced Supercomputing (NAS) Division at NASA Ames Research Center. If your token was provided by another NASA center, please contact your local help desk for assistance.

If you are a new user logging in for the first time, complete steps 1–3 to enable your RSA SecurID soft token, set up a personal identification number (PIN), and change your default NAS password.

If you are a current user and you just need to enable your soft token, complete steps 1 and 2.

Note: If you have a NAS-provided hard token (fob), see Enabling Your RSA SecurID Hard Token.

Step 1: Download the RSA SecurID App and Obtain Token Import URL

  1. Download the RSA SecurID Software Token app from the Apple App Store or Google Play to your iOS or Android device.
  2. Open the RSA SecurID app and locate your Binding ID (iOS) or Device ID (Android).
  3. Select Email Binding ID (iOS) or Email Device ID (Android) and send the email to [email protected]
  4. Wait for a reply from NAS support staff. You will receive an email containing your RSA SecurID soft token import URL and instructions for setting it up.

Step 2: Enable Your Soft Token and Create Your PIN

Follow the setup instructions provided in the email you received from NAS support staff. During this process you will need to switch between your iOS or Android device and a computer with Internet access.

First-time users will also need to contact the NAS Control Room to obtain a default NAS password. Please note that NAS support staff will confirm your identity by asking you the security question you submitted with your account request form or by calling you back at your phone number on record.

WARNING: Never divulge your PIN. A NAS staff member will never ask you for your PIN. If you think someone may have learned your PIN, call the NAS Control Room at (800) 331-8737 or (650) 604-4444.

Step 3: Log into the Secure Enclave and Change Your Default NAS Password

If you are a new NAS user, you must complete the steps in this section to log into NAS systems for the first time and change your default password. (If you do not have a default NAS password, contact the NAS Control Room at (800) 331-8737 or (650) 604-4444.)

Your local system must be configured to log in using the Secure Shell () protocol.

  1. On your local system, open a command-line interface (CLI) terminal.
  2. Use to log into a secure front-end system (SFE), as follows:

    where sfeX is sfe1, sfe2, or sfe3.

    Note: If you use different usernames on your local system and NAS systems, add your NAS username before specifying the SFE. For example:

  3. In the RSA SecurID app, enter your PIN to obtain a passcode.
  4. At the Enter PASSCODE prompt in the CLI terminal, enter the RSA SecurID passcode displayed in the app.
  5. At the next prompt, enter your default NAS password.
  6. Change your default NAS password. (See Password Creation Rules.) It may take up to 15 minutes for the new password to propagate to all systems.

    Note: If you are not prompted to update your password after logging into the SFE, you can trigger a prompt by logging into a Lou front-end system (LFE) with the command lou. You will be prompted to input your default NAS password, then asked to create and confirm a new password.

TIP: Each passcode displayed in your soft token can be used only once. If you have to authenticate twice (for example, because you mistype your NAS password), you must wait for the token to display a new passcode.

You have now completed your first-time authentication to NAS systems using your NAS password and your RSA SecurID token. For information about subsequent logins, see Logging into NAS Systems.

Also read
RSA SecurID Tokens
Obtaining and Changing Your NAS Password