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Welcome to a new article of our “Insider Tips” series. If you are a loyal reader of our blog, you already know the benefits of Single Sign-On for SAP. SAP’s standard login procedures are insecure and not user-friendly. In our previous articles, we talked about how to achieve secure DIAG, RFC, and…(Read More)

“Insider Tips” talks about some of the lesser known configuration options of SAP Single Sign-On. In volume #2 and upcoming blog articles, we will look at best practices for hardening your SAP Single Sign-On implementation. We will discuss challenges companies face when trying to enforce encryption for SAP GUI and RFC. We will…(Read More)

The SAP system architecture uses security libraries that enable encryption, advanced authentication mechanisms or digital signatures in SAP applications. In the past, the ABAP kernel shipped with the SAP Cryptographic Library (SAPCRYPTOLIB) as the default security product for SAP systems. It supports the use of digital signatures according to the Secure Store and Forward (SSF…(Read More)

“Insider Tips” talks about some of the lesser known configuration options of SAP Single Sign-On. In volume #1, we will look at how to handle X.509 server certificates that contain special characters in the Distinguished Name (DN). We will also find out how to enable Secure Network Communications (SNC) to encrypt data using…(Read More)