Passwords can be tricky things. Sometimes they are great but when forgotten they can be downright annoying. Other problems can occur when a worker leaves a company and businesses forget to change passwords.
Thycotic is trying to make password management easier, offering Secret Service software, which aggregates all passwords in one place, according to InfoTech.com. This Web-based console enabled the company to edit, add or remove passwords at any time.
According to Jamie Epstein, the software supports multiple users as well as Active Directory. Thycotic’s Web site explains that “Active Directory integration provides synchronization and authentication for Active Directory users.”
Secret Service uses AES 256 encryption.
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