jbrown

Security - Logging in

Discussion created by jbrown Expert on Apr 7, 2012
Latest reply on Apr 8, 2012 by karendweaver

Hey all,

How do you deal with keeping a database secure while working with user's preferences of keeping their password in their mac keychain?

 

At my school, all the teachers use filemaker for daily student-information. I gave them a separate file that opens the actual hosted/remote file while on campus. Most teachers have set their username and password to be in their keychain so that it opens quicker. But to me that's not secure.

What should I do with that? As I deploy this out to three schools, I have to tighten up on security and am not sure how to keep people from storing their passwords in this database housing confidential student information.

 

Thanks.

jb

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