Logout in single sign-on systems: Problems and solutions

@article{Suoranta2014LogoutIS,
  title={Logout in single sign-on systems: Problems and solutions},
  author={Sanna Suoranta and K. Manzoor and Asko Tontti and J. Ruuskanen and T. Aura},
  journal={J. Inf. Secur. Appl.},
  year={2014},
  volume={19},
  pages={61-77}
}
Web single sign-on (SSO) systems enable users to authenticate themselves to multiple online services with one authentication credential and mechanism offered by an identity provider. [...] Key Method A usability test was conducted to evaluate the solution. The results show that the users liked the ability to choose between the two logout options, but they did not understand the words used to describe them. Another observation was that a majority of the users do not log out of the services at all; they just…Expand
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