EMC Documentum Kerberos SSO Integration: Enterprise Content Management Rick Martin

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EMC Documentum Kerberos SSO Integration: Enterprise Content Management  by  Rick Martin

EMC Documentum Kerberos SSO Integration: Enterprise Content Management by Rick Martin
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This book discusses end-to-end Kerberos SSO implementations on systems using Documentum 6.6and later, including usage scenarios, code samples, and FAQs. This is a Practical Approach.Kerberos single sign-on (SSO) is a network authentication protocolMoreThis book discusses end-to-end Kerberos SSO implementations on systems using Documentum 6.6and later, including usage scenarios, code samples, and FAQs.

This is a Practical Approach.Kerberos single sign-on (SSO) is a network authentication protocol designed to provide strongauthentication for client/server applications by using secret-key cryptography. The Kerberos protocol usesstrong cryptography so that a client can prove its id entity to a server (and vice versa) across an insecurenetwork connection. After a client and the server have used Kerberos to prove their identities, they can alsoencrypt all of their communications to ensure privacy and data integrity.Kerberos provides secure and reliable authentication to multiple applications that use Kerberos forauthentication.

In most distributed network systems, a password is used to prove a users identity, and thispassword is transmitted over the network from the client machine to the machine that the user wants to access.So, a mechanism that prevents anyone from intercepting or eaves dropping on the transmitted plainpasswords is vital for security. In addition, another pain point while using passwords for authentication isthat the password must be supplied every time a connection is requested to the remote machine. Kerberoshelps users avoid this issue and solves the central problem of using passwords for authentication withoutsending them over the network.



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