Anyone know are there any solution for to use facial recognition token or solution which works for person with disability?
While it certainly depends on the individual's disability, I could think of two potential solutions.
First, we do support Yubikey. If the user is able to insert/keep the token in an accessible USB port, they would be able to login as normal, then simply tap the button to auto-inject the OTP for authentication. This is probably the easiest solution at the moment.
Second, we do have the concept of a GRIDSure token. This is essentially a grid of boxes with randomized numbers. The user would pick which boxes they want upon registration (for example the top 5 boxes in sequence, all 4 corners, etc). As long as they remembered the pattern they chose, the native accessibility features to read out what is on-screen could audibly tell them the numbers in the grid which they could then type in.
We have no support at this time for biometric based authentication, although it is a suggested feature on our roadmap. No ETA on when that could be supported at this time.