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Posts Tagged ‘Security’

[VIDEO] What You Need to Know About Bash Bug

Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

We’ve all heard the headlines of the most recent security bug, including, ‘Shellshock bug could threaten millions compared to Heartbleed,’ or even more terrifying, ‘Shellshock: A deadly new vulnerability that could lay waste to the internet.’ While these headlines are a bit dramatic, there lies some truth in the statements. The National Institute for Standards […]

Infamous Heartbleed Bug Responsible for Over 4.5 Million Patient Records Leaked

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

Heartbleed continues to haunt the organizations as patch efforts remain ignored. In April we notified our customers that our solutions remained unaffected, but unfortunately for millions that was not the case. Over six months later a data breach at Community Health Systems is the result of the infamous Heartbleed vulnerability that several versions of OpenSSL […]

Integration Spotlight – Secret Server and Devolutions Remote Desktop Manager

Tuesday, September 17th, 2013

  In this week’s webinar we will be diving into the integration of Devolutions Remote Desktop Manager and Secret Server. Since the software integration in 2011, users have been securing their credentials through Secret Server and remote connections using Remote Desktop Manager after several client requests. Since then, administrators have been able to use both […]

Get Credentials out of Code with Secret Server API

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

A few years back, our engineers decided to solve a new password problem: Network credentials are not only used by people. Sometimes other programs need credentials to interact with the network too. Secret Server was already providing full audits of each user’s credential usage, why not create an API so programs could also use Secret […]

Breaking the Glass With Unlimited Administration Mode

Tuesday, May 28th, 2013

What happens when a user creates Secrets and does not share them with anyone else, or if you are administrating Secret Server and need to re-organize your Secrets? Secret Server’s “break the glass” feature, Unlimited Administration Mode, can help in those situations. The Unlimited Administrator Mode allows designated users to manage Secrets they would normally […]

Customizing Roles For Your Company – Part One

Friday, May 10th, 2013

Secret Server uses Roles and Permissions to control access to various capabilities within the system. In this two part blog post we will review how to set up customized roles and permissions to meet your company’s security policy. Roles in Secret Server control what a user is allowed to do in the tool. Secret Server […]

Integrated Windows Authentication and Two-Factor Authentication

Thursday, April 11th, 2013

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 […]

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

Tuesday, March 26th, 2013

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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