Thycotic Blog

Technical Product Updates and Industry Trends

  • Restricting User Input for Launcher

    A new feature in Secret Server is the ability to control which servers users are able to connect to using a Launcher. This can be done by specifying a list of machines or servers on a Secret in a notes field. This list can either be a whitelist or a blacklist of servers the Launcher

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  • Taking Web Password Filler On The Road

    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

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  • Integrated Windows Authentication and Two-Factor Authentication

    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

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  • Thycotic Software Releases Revolutionary Two-Factor Authentication System

    Being in enterprise password management, we understand the importance of user authentication in information security. The AssWord Pad 1.0 takes biometrics and multi-factor authentication to a brand new level. Utilizing the latest in gluteal heat mapping technology, we have designed a product that’s sure to keep you safe from cyber threats. Watch the video below

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  • Secret Server Copy-To-Clipboard for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox

    The Mozilla Firefox add-on and the extension for Google Chrome allows values from Secret Server to be copied directly to the clipboard. This allows for ease of access when a user needs to apply information from Secret Server to other locations, however, clipboards generally do not clear the data that was copied. How do you

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  • New Webinar – Easily Manage and Secure all your Windows local administrator passwords

    Use discovery to quickly find all your local Windows administrator accounts – import them into the Secret Server vault (even if you don’t know the current password). Then set a schedule (30, 90 days etc.) for regular password changing and never worry about those passwords again. Whenever a sysadmin needs a password, they just come

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