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Tags: android, ios, Web Password Filler
Categories : Secret Server, Tips & Tricks
The same Web Password Filler that you use on your desktop browser is also available for your mobile devices.
For iPhones and iPads, first you will want to create the Web Filler on Safari on your Mac desktop, then after using iCloud Bookmark sync with your iPhone the Web Password Filler will be ready for use.
After signing into Secret Server on your phone, browse to the site that you want to log in to. Once there, open your bookmarks and select the Web Password Filler. This will make the it appear exactly how it appears in the desktop browser.
For Android devices, using Opera Mini and Opera Link Secret Server’s Web Filler is available for your Android device. To begin, set up create a free Opera account and on the desktop version of Opera create the Web Filler Bookmark. Next in Opera Mobile on going into settings and enable Opera Link, this will sync your bookmarks to your Android phone. Once the account is synced, sign in to your Secret Server account. Then browse to site that you wish to log into and select the Web Filler
from the bookmark menu.
This makes it more convenient than ever to log in to your favorite websites when on the go.
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Tags: Integrated Authentication, Internet Explorer, RADIUS, Security
Categories : Secret Server, Security
In Google Chrome and Internet Explorer with Integrated Windows Authentication, enabled users are automatically signed in to Secret Server when they visit the site using their Active Directory credentials. This feature reduces the number of passwords that a user has to type, and the possibility of a forgotten password. This also allows domain administrators to specify a password policy that Secret Server will adhere to, such as password strength and password history.
Two-Factor Authentication in Secret Server forces users to enter another form of authentication on login, such as a pin or token. Secret Server comes with its own built-in email two-factor authentication, and supports the existing infrastructure to make use of RADIUS two-factor systems. This adds another layer of security to user accounts, however, it increases the number of steps required to access Secret Server. Using two-factor authentication helps prevent a scenario where a user might walk away from a workstation while logged in and an attacker could walk up to it and login to Secret Server.
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Tags: cyber security, information security, two factor authentication
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