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Snapshot: Thycotic Secret Server - 70633

Thycotic Software is one of the vendors in the emerging Privilege Management market. Their core product is called Secret Server and supports managing secrets, especially, but not limited to, administrative and service account passwords.

In contrast to other vendors in that segment, Thycotic as of now focuses not on delivering a complete Privilege Management infrastructure covering all use cases in that space but focuses on the core area of managing passwords. Secret Server is a web application which can be accessed by different users in multiple ways to request passwords for a multitude of systems.


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