ID and Password Recovery (also called ID Recovery) is built into Lotus Notes R5 and allows administrators to recover lost IDs from backup copies. This article explains how it works and how to implement ID and Password Recovery step-by-step.
This article describes certificate-based SSL security for Web applications, discusses the benefits of using an internal Certification Authority (CA) versus obtaining certificates from an external CA, and explains the process for setting up a CA server.
In this interview, Notes security expert Charlie Kaufman talks about SSL, S/MIME, X.509 v.3 certificates for R5, and how he figured out how to make the exportable edition of Notes nearly as secure as the North American 64-bit edition.
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) was created to add certificate-authenticated encryption to HTTP transmissions. This article discusses what SSL is, how it co-exists with existing Domino and Notes security protocols, and how Domino implements SSL support.