Designing a CA Single Sign-On Architecture for Enhanced Security - CA Technologies
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CA Single Sign-On (CA SSO) offers administrators the ability to configure how the architecture should behave for all or a subset of their applications. Use of a “host only” architecture—rather than an architecture using a single session for the entire domain—can enhance security by making it much harder for an attacker to capture a session cookie while limiting the exposure of a stolen session to a specific application, until such time as the idle timeouts or the session assurance feature can detect and stop the stolen session.

Learn more about designing an architecture for maximum security using existing CA SSO settings in this paper.

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