Oracle Adaptive Access Manager:
Q: What is auto-learning?
A: Auto-learning is a set of functions in OAAM that profiles behavior. The behavior of users, devices and locations themselves are recorded and used to evaluate current behavior. For example, OAAM can profile a user based on login time. If John logs in between 8am – 10am 87% of the time then the risk level is elevated if he is attempting to login at 2am. In other words he is outside of his normal login time profile.
Q: How can OAAM prevent phishing?
A: There are a number of anti-phishing features of OAAM. Phishing attacks are often aimed at credential theft. A Phishing site will usually send the users to the real site once they steal their credentials so the user does not suspect anything has gone wrong. When this happens OAAM can recognize that the user is coming from a referral URL not sanctioned by the bank. When OAAM sees this it can add the user to a “Blacklisted ” group. Users of this group will need to answer security questions while attempting transactions.
Q: What are different keystores used in OAAM?
A: There are 3 keystores, System, Database and SOAP/WebServices. Encryption of SOAP keystore is optional.
Q: Can OAM provide SSO access to the OAAM admin console application?
A: Yes, OAAM Admin is a standard web application and uses container provided Authentication out of the box.
This is pretty much standard integration for OAM that we support for any custom application. This case is simply more special because the custom application turns out to be OAAM.
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