Two factor authnetication is considered be any two of the following.
1) Something you know
2) Something you have
3) Something you are
I want to know whether any of you would consider the following as two factor authentication...
A preconfigured copy of the cisco software VPN client including conenction details of an IPSec VPN (this includes the pre share key). And authentication to a windows domain configured on the VPN end point (a Cisco ASA).
One way to look at it is that the "something you have" is the Pre-configured Cisco VPN Client. And the "Something you know" is your Windows domain username and password.
What is the accepted wisdom on 2 factor authentication?
Can the Pre-configured VPN client be considered 1 of the authentication factors?