SECUDE International has released version 4.2 of its secure login, a solution for secure single sign-on to SAP. The new version introduces a central administration console and supports Microsoft Windows Vista as well as new authentication mechanisms. SECUDE secure login provides a variety of options for user authentication to SAP systems and confidential communication between SAP components. SAP customers are able to use the recommended SAP security module Secure Network Communications (SNC) without having to implement a company-wide Public Key Infrastructure (PKI). The new version contains a new central administration console to install and configure the secure single sign-on solution for SAP. In addition, the administration console facilitates security and system management during day-to-day operations, providing value-adding functions for certificate creation, remote maintenance via standard web browser and help pages with extensive information on the configuration.
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