A method comprising:
establishing a secured connection between a client device and a subordinate web service of a single sign-on service for a user, using a shared cryptographic key in a cookie stored on the client device that was transmitted over a different secured connection by a master web service of the single sign-on service, as part of authentication of the user for the single sign-on service,
wherein
establishing,
the secured connection comprises
establishing a Secure Socket Layer connection.
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A secure access method using a manageability engine comprising:
- receiving an authentication response from a user during a pre-boot operation, and
- employing a protocol to register with a key distribution center (KDC); and receiving single-sign-on credentials in the form of a key encryption key (KEK),
wherein
the KEK is later used to obtain a credential used to establish secure access to Enterprise servers.
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Vocabulary

secure
sign-on
single

Structure

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