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New Password Hell? Proliferation of software-as-a-service offerings spawns new issues. The software-as-a-service (SaaS) model pervades business, reducing management headaches and cutting infrastructure and maintenance costs. It's so pervasive that authenticating to multiple Web-based applications raises its own issues, as users and admins struggle with multiple passwords to Internet applications and security problems like password cracking, phishing and man-in-the middle attacks. One possible solution is yet another SaaS offering. TriCipher, which launched TACS (TriCipher Armored Credential System) a couple of years ago to provide strong, easy-to-deploy authentication for environments serving thousands of users. Its myOneLogin service leverages TACS' scalability to provide secure authentication and single sign-on (SSO) for multiple Web apps. WebEx is among the SaaS providers supported out-of-the-box (Salesforce. com and Google Apps are among the headline business apps, and TriCipher recently added consumer applications including Amazon, Yahoo, PayPal and ... Access >>>
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