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- Configure an Internal Network
- Configure the range of IP addresses that are considered part of your internal network.
- Apply Content Security Policy
- Use the Content Security Policy (CSP) against code injection attacks in applications developed with OutSystems to protect against a growing number of attacks on the Web.
- Enforce HTTPS Security
- Check how IT Managers or Administrators can override and enforce the HTTP security of OutSystems applications that are installed and running.
- Encrypt web apps view state
- Secure the runtime of web application by encrypting the viewstate to protect sensitive information submitted by end users on the browser.
- Protection against Brute Force Attacks
- Applications secured with authentication can be subject to brute force attacks that systematically try to guess user passwords. OutSystems provides a built-in protection mechanism that allows taking countermeasures against these attacks.
- Use HTTPS by Enabling SSL
- Allow users to access your applications over HTTPS by enabling SSL in your infrastructure.
- Use an External Authentication Provider
- OutSystems allows your IT users to authenticate using the same account they use in other corporate systems.
- Implement an Authentication Plugin
- Learn the requirements an external authentication plugin must implement.
- Configure App Authentication
- The authentication is configurable per environment to meet different security requirements.