Thycotic Blog

Technical Product Updates and Industry Trends

  • Sneak Preview: HSM Data Encryption with SafeNet

    We’re working with SafeNet, an industry leader in data protection, to bring hardware data encryption to Secret Server. We’re adding support for SafeNet’s Hardware Security Modules, or HSMs. Pictured: SafeNet LUNA PCI HSM SafeNet’s Luna PCI HSM (pictured) is FIPS 140-2 Level 2 and 3 compliant, bringing a new level of data protection to your

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  • Sneak Preview: Bookmarklet 2.0

    Our team is working to make logging in to websites easier than ever with new bookmarklet functionality. The new bookmarklet is able to work on any web page, and automatically log you in. It is only required that the web page has a secret in the Secret Server, and that the user be logged in

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  • Sneak Preview: Dashboard Enhancements

    The next release of Secret Server has a lot of new functionality, in addition several tweaks to the user interface. We can catch a of glimpse of that now with one of the improvements to Secret Server’s dashboard. The Dashboard’s Secret View widget will now dynamically expand to take up the full width of the

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  • Get passwords out of batch files and scripts

    Secret Server Enterprise Plus Edition has an Application Server API that can be used to get passwords out of your configuration files and scripts.  The idea is to authorize the application server to access Secret Server (this is done by installing the Secret Server Application Server API on the application server) – there is then

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  • Using a Web Launcher with Logmein

    Have you ever been in the situation where you needed to provide a full desktop to someone outside your organization? One way you might accomplish this is by creating a Logmein.com account allowing users to login remotely. A caveat to this solution is it requires external access to your Secret Server instance. Follow these steps:

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  • Secret Server and DoubleLock

    Do you have a need for additional security when storing your most sensitive data? Where do you store the company’s banking account numbers and other critical financial data?  …top-level credentials for your customer database that contains Credit Card and Social Security numbers?  …credentials for classified system access? When you need that additional layer of security

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