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By JerseyJedi ·
Single sign on – or SSO for short – is a system that allows websites to use other website to sign in and verify users. This allows the business from having to store and handle passwords and user data and cuts down on login troubleshooting and also limits what a hacker could access if they infiltrate the system.

A good illustration to understand it is your ID card. If you are pulled over or go to apply for something with the government, your ID card is a trusted form of identification that these entities trust.

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by robertosburn6 In reply to WHAT IS SINGLE SIGN-ON (S ...

Single sign-on (SSO) is a session and client verification benefit that allows a client to utilize one arrangement of login qualifications (e.g., name and secret word) to get to numerous applications. The administration validates the end client for every one of the applications the client has been offered rights to and kills additionally prompts when the client switches applications amid a similar session. Toward the back, SSO is useful for logging client exercises and in addition observing client accounts.

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by logousbb In reply to WHAT IS SINGLE SIGN-ON (S ...

Single sign-on (SSO) is a session and user authentication service that permits a user to use one set of login credentials (e.g., name and password) to access multiple applications. The service authenticates the end user for all the applications the user has been given rights to and eliminates further prompts when the user switches applications during the same session. On the back end, SSO is helpful for logging user activities as well as monitoring user accounts.

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by dbcomp In reply to WHAT IS SINGLE SIGN-ON (S ...

Single sign-on (SSO) allows a user to sign on with one set of credentials and gain access to multiple applications and services.

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