Web security settings

Sitefinity CMS provides you with a variety of settings to fine-tune security and authentication. 

You can configure access over an IP network through LDAP or configure SSL when you have sensitive information, such as login credentials or credit card information, transferred over the network. You can additionally secure cookies and configure authentication expiration.

When working with more than one website in Sitefinity CMS, to avoid logoff from one of the websites to login to the other, you can configure to login with the same credentials to different websites that run on the same localhost. You can also configure when and whether the self-logout dialog is displayed.

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