CA Single Sign-On (SSO) provides a centralized security management foundation that enables secure use of the Web to deliver applications and data to customers, partners, and employees. This series of advanced topics are frequently implemented to extend the SSO environment, further enhance security, and improve performance.
This course topic describes many of the parameters available to protect the session from hijacking and, if a session is hijacked, how to constrain its reuse. We explain settings that defend against specific attacks like cross-site scripting, forms credential collector attacks, session management, and DNS denial of service.
Keywords: 04SSO30060, SSO
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