Sunday, January 7, 2007

ASUS Security Protect Manager

ASUS Security Protect Manager improves system security and productivity by consolidating user passwords and network accounts within a User Identity and allow secure and convenient access to registered applications after logon to the ASUS Security Protect manager.

I found that Single Sign On (SSO) component takes a bit of the CPU when a webpage is loaded in IE (I use IE7), as the application is trying to record the logon details and help with subsequent logons. I have used IE AutoComplete for username and passwords on forms for a while now, so I don't really find SSO very useful, but I'm sure that other people may do.

You can disable SSO for a particular application, using the icon in the application title bar:

You can disable SSO for all applications by accessing the Settings and Options entry from the tray icon:

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