My1Login End User Vault

My1Login End User Vault

The My1Login Vault allows you to access your enterprise applications easily and securely. From your vault you can manage your My1Login account, launch your applications, add new applications, and share identities with others in your organisation.

Access to your applications is based on Single Sign-­­On (SSO) technology. My1Login will normally detect any changes to passwords and automatically update the password in your vault. Some apps require that you maintain your password, which means that you update it manually in the My1Login Vault. Other apps, My1Login automatically passes on access through a token which means no password is needed.

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  1. Auto-Generate Secure Passwords

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