NetIQ Access Manager

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NetIQ Access Manager
Initial releaseOctober 16, 2006; 12 years ago (2006-10-16)
Stable release
4.4 / September 4, 2017; 15 months ago (2017-09-04) [1]
TypeWeb access management / Network security

Access Manager (a.k.a. NAM) is a Web access management product from NetIQ, now Micro Focus. Formerly owned by Novell, it was created as the successor to their iChain product. NAM provides single sign-on for web applications, a role-based SSL VPN and many globally recognized open standard federation protocols such as Security Assertion Markup Language 1.x/2.x, WS-Federation, WS-Trust, CardSpace, OAuth, OpenID Connect, and others.


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