Single Sign On

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Single Sign On This lesson covers single sign on. Single sign on is the ability to pass on authentication to multiple servers without having the re-enter information multiple times. However, many applications which utilize single sign on require re-entering credentials when accessing sensitive information, such as the part of the application where you can change your password. While single sign-on allows for great ease of use, it is still important to be careful how credentials are stored.
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