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October 18, 2005
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Get the steps to set up an ID Vault and its operations, from storing new and existing user IDs to resetting users' passwords in Notes/Domino 8.5. Continue Reading
ID Vault is a feature in Lotus Notes/Domino 8.5 that lets administrators recover and reset passwords, recover lost IDs, rename users and more. Get an overview of ID Vault benefits, requirements and installment steps in this tutorial. Continue Reading
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While often overlooked, Domino is susceptible to an array of Web-centric security vulnerabilities, such as cross-site scripting flaws, anonymous authentication and a lack of SSL enforcement. Continue Reading
Get an introduction to Lotus Notes and Internet passwords and how they interact with the Domino Directory to secure your Lotus Notes Domino environment. Continue Reading
Read how the Lotus Notes 8 Internet password lockout feature increases system security by allowing administrators to track and log HTTP access attempts. Continue Reading
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During the course of several recent Domino domain audits, consultant Andy Pedisich discovered what was thought to be an extinct Lotus Notes security problem. Unfortunately, it still seems prevalent in many Lotus Notes R6 and R7 domains. Find out if ... Continue Reading
Most of what is written about ID/password recovery concerns setting it up correctly. In reality, its most common use is resetting a forgotten password or restoring a corrupted ID. Continue Reading
This tip offers developers two options for users changing their passwords -- a change password form or a user redirect. Continue Reading