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SSO(Single-Sign-On) Vs Mutual Authentication

kri shan
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Which(SSO / Mutual authentication using digital certification) is more secured than other ?
Ulf Dittmer
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You must have stumbled upon numerous SSO implementations during your quest to find an answer since 2/28; which ones of those are you considering? And what, exactly, do you mean by "more secured"? What attack scenario are you trying to guard against in particular?


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