Tuesday Jun 25, 2013

It's not just “Single Sign-on” by Steve Knott (aurionPro SENA)

It is true that Oracle Enterprise Single Sign-on (Oracle ESSO) started out as purely an application single sign-on tool but as we have seen in the previous articles in this series the product has matured into a suite of tools that can do more than just automated single sign-on and can also provide rapidly deployed, cost effective solution to many demanding password management problems.

In the last article of this series I would like to discuss three cases where customers faced password scenarios that required more than just single sign-on and how some of the less well known tools in the Oracle ESSO suite “kitbag” helped solve these challenges.

Case #1

One of the issues often faced by our customers is how to keep their applications compliant. I had a client who liked the idea of automated single sign-on for most of his applications but had a key requirement to actually increase the security for one specific SOX application. For the SOX application he wanted to secure access by using two-factor authentication with a smartcard. The problem was that the application did not support two-factor authentication. The solution was to use a feature from the Oracle ESSO suite called authentication manager. This feature enables you to have multiple authentication methods for the same user which in this case was a smartcard and the Windows password.  Within authentication manager each authenticator can be configured with a security grade so we gave the smartcard a high grade and the Windows password a normal grade. Security grading in Oracle ESSO can be configured on a per application basis so we set the SOX application to require the higher grade smartcard authenticator.

The end result for the user was that they enjoyed automated single sign-on for most of the applications apart from the SOX application. When the SOX application was launched, the user was required by ESSO to present their smartcard before being given access to the application.

Case #2

Another example solving compliance issues was in the case of a large energy company who had a number of core billing applications. New regulations required that users change their password regularly and use a complex password. The problem facing the customer was that the core billing applications did not have any native user password change functionality. The customer could not replace the core applications because of the cost and time required to re-develop them. With a reputation for innovation aurionPro SENA were approached to provide a solution to this problem using Oracle ESSO.

Oracle ESSO has a password expiry feature that can be triggered periodically based on the timestamp of the users’ last password creation therefore our strategy here was to leverage this feature to provide the password change experience. The trigger can launch an application change password event however in this scenario there was no native change password feature that could be launched therefore a “dummy” change password screen was created that could imitate the missing change password function and connect to the application database on behalf of the user.

Oracle ESSO was configured to trigger a change password event every 60 days. After this period if the user launched the application Oracle ESSO would detect the logon screen and invoke the password expiry feature. Oracle ESSO would trigger the “dummy screen,” detect it automatically as the application change password screen and insert a complex password on behalf of the user. After the password event had completed the user was logged on to the application with their new password. All this was provided at a fraction of the cost of re-developing the core applications.

Case #3

Recent popular initiatives such as the BYOD and working from home schemes bring with them many challenges in administering “unmanaged machines” and sometimes “unmanageable users.”

In a recent case, a client had a dispersed community of casual contractors who worked for the business using their own laptops to access applications. To improve security the around password management the security goal was to provision the passwords directly to these contractors. In a previous article we saw how Oracle ESSO has the capability to provision passwords through Provisioning Gateway but the challenge in this scenario was how to get the Oracle ESSO agent to the casual contractor on an unmanaged machine.

The answer was to use another tool in the suite, Oracle ESSO Anywhere. This component can compile the normal Oracle ESSO functionality into a deployment package that can be made available from a website in a similar way to a streamed application. The ESSO Anywhere agent does not actually install into the registry or program files but runs in a folder within the user’s profile therefore no local administrator rights are required for installation. The ESSO Anywhere package can also be configured to stay persistent or disable itself at the end of the user’s session.

In this case the user just needed to be told where the website package was located and download the package. Once the download was complete the agent started automatically and the user was provided with single sign-on to their applications without ever knowing the application passwords.

Finally, as we have seen in these series Oracle ESSO not only has great utilities in its own tool box but also has direct integration with Oracle Privileged Account Manager, Oracle Identity Manager and Oracle Access Manager. Integrated together with these tools provides a complete and complementary platform to address even the most complex identity and access management requirements.

So what next for Oracle ESSO?

“Agentless ESSO available in the cloud” – but that will be a subject for a future Oracle ESSO series!

                                                                                                                              

Tuesday Jun 11, 2013

Achieving "Zero-Touch" Password Management by Steve Knott (aurionPro SENA)

Traditionally when a user is on-boarded into an organisation they are given a desktop password along with a whole host of other passwords to access the required business applications to enable them to do their job. Inevitably there will be numerous associated company information security policies that dictate that passwords should not be written down or shared with colleagues etc.

Trying to remember numerous passwords can be onerous on the end user at the best of times and can lead to a plethora of password sins committed by the end user. Whilst we can deploy some SSO technologies to relieve password fatigue, the on-boarding provisioning process often means that the user needs to know their passwords at some point – or do they?

I recently worked on a project at a leading engineering company who were in the process of deploying a large new ERP system. The end users were highly skilled engineers focusing on cutting edge technology but password security was not high on their list of priorities. Traditionally within the organisation, credentials for new applications were sent by email and sometimes they were communicated over the phone. Inevitably these were written down in text files and diaries or passwords were changed to be the same “pet’s name” type password for multiple applications.

This was a huge concern for the Chief Architect who wanted to remove end user password management and provide “zero touch” credential provisioning for the new ERP applications. He also wanted to satisfy auditing and compliance requirements by enforcing complex passwords whilst preventing unauthorised credential sharing. All this needed to be achieved without inconveniencing the users.

We discussed the tried and tested approach of using of a full blown identity management solution.  However, his response to this was that although wider identity management was on their long term roadmap, he had a hard deadline to deliver the ERP system within three months and with limited resources. With traditional user provisioning ‘out the window’ we had to come up with another approach.  Everyone would be using the new ERP system for their timesheets on the same day, and with any business impact due to unavailability therefore being potentially very significant, the customer couldn’t afford to have issues related to logging in.

One product that they already had licensed was the Oracle Enterprise Single Sign-on (ESSO) suite. Oracle ESSO is a well- known established product which provides single sign to any application at the desktop. Not so well known are the additional tools provided within the suite. One of these additional tools is Oracle ESSO Provisioning Gateway. Provisioning Gateway is a web based application that complements the other tools in the suite by enabling the provisioning of application credentials directly to the SSO agent without user interaction.

The Provisioning Gateway server exposes a web service interface that allows it to receive instructions submitted by any other provisioning server. Although Provisioning Gateway is more commonly deployed connected to an identity management system it does have command line interface (CLI) utilities supplied with the software. These utilities allow for scripted interactions with the Provision Gateway server including batch operations.

For this customer it was possible to export the user credential data out of the ERP system into a text-file format.  Then, armed only with the tools provided within the Oracle ESSO suite it was possible to script the provisioning of these user credentials in batches of 500-1000 to the Provisioning Gateway server. The server provisioned the credentials to the ESSO repository and the credentials were synchronised to the desktop SSO agent at user logon.

So far, so good.  At this stage, the users were still unaware that anything had happened.  The new ERP system wasn’t live yet, but in anticipation of its general release we now had each individual’s username and password ready to go in their SSO credential store – ready for first login.

For security reasons, the ERP system was configured to require a password change at first logon. Therefore, when the user launched the application for the first time on its launch date an application change password event was triggered. The Oracle ESSO agent was configured to recognise and respond to this change password event, automatically generating and inserting a new password leaving the user logged on with a new complex password. The end user did not know their password at any point of the on-boarding process or for subsequent logons.  Therefore the opportunity of sharing their logon details with colleagues was eliminated.  Furthermore, issues with the distribution of new passwords was avoided altogether.

The aurionPro SENA fast rollout template for Oracle ESSO enabled this customer to hit the implementation deadline of the ERP project and also address the security requirements of the organisation. ESSO Provisioning Gateway also has a management interface and this customer exploited this feature to allow the helpdesk team to apply the zero touch methodology to other applications.

As we discussed in the first blog (Putting the EASY into SSO) - Oracle ESSO provides more than just single sign-on to desktop applications.  Its use for zero-touch provisioning shows its versatility and that it can form a core part of an integrated identity and access management framework.  It’s not just a tactical tool for a single issue.  Stay tuned for next week’s blog in this series where we’ll be investigating the capabilities of Oracle ESSO still further.

Wednesday Jun 05, 2013

The Cloud-based IAM Revolution by Paul Dhanjal (Simeio Blog Series - Ch1)

One of the most significant advancements in IT in the last few years has been the shift to cloud-based Identity and Access Management (IAM). While the word “revolution” is all-too-often used in IT, arguably it’s the right word to describe the transformation that the cloud brings to identity.

Over the next four weeks, we’ll delve into the details of this revolution, including a look at its impact on how you’ll do business, why change is needed, and what you’ll need to know to make the transition. Let’s get started by looking at the business drivers.

In just a few short years, cloud-based IAM has matured from simple portals offering single sign-on for a handful of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications to sophisticated, comprehensive solutions that integrate seamlessly with virtually any directory service and application – on-premise, legacy or SaaS. They provide automated workflows for user access request submission and review, provisioning and attestation. They enable federation. And they simplify compliance with regulatory mandates.

The cloud model itself comes in a variety of flavors that provide enough flexibility to meet almost any organization’s needs, from public clouds that dramatically lower TCO through multi-tenancy to private clouds that can meet even the most stringent security and control requirements.

The drivers behind this revolution will be familiar to any CXO.

First, CXOs are facing increased pressure to reduce cost and complexity. They’re expected to follow the popular business school advice to “stick to the knitting”: focus exclusively on the core business and jettison everything else. IAM is squarely in the cross hairs, a tempting target for organizations looking to outsource services that don’t offer a clear and direct competitive advantage.

At the same time, IT is now expected to be a business enabler – to help grow the business, not just support it. This requires IT to be more flexible and nimble to meet ever-changing business demands, including the ability to quickly and easily provide employees, partners and customers with secure and role-appropriate access to a rapidly growing and evolving set of information, applications and other online resources.

User expectations, too, are rising rapidly. As users become accustomed to using more and more services online from filing their taxes to sharing their photos, they now expect the convenience of moving seamlessly between multiple services using a single set of credentials – their Facebook or Google accounts, for example.

Add to the mix the growing security, compliance and regulatory mandates tied to identity, and the challenge can seem insurmountable.

Thankfully, the cloud has offered us a clear path forward. The benefits are just as clear.

First, the cloud delivers on the promise of outsourcing: reducing capital strain and freeing the business to focus on its core competencies. It eliminates the large investment required to stand up an IAM infrastructure: the hardware costs, in many cases the software licenses, and all the configurations and integrations in between. It eliminates ongoing maintenance and upgrade costs, too.

Many cloud-based IAM solutions offer on-demand services with pay-as-you-go pricing – you get and pay for the capability when and only when you need it. They also significantly reduce operational costs so that companies have the benefit of automated IAM without the costs of implementing and maintaining an in-house IAM infrastructure.

In addition to the rise of secure and reliable ISO 27001 compliant data centers and complete, enterprise-ready solutions such as Oracle Cloud Computing, standards-based protocols have dramatically reduced the risk of making the leap to cloud-based IAM. As the saying goes, “the nice thing about standards is that there are so many to choose from.” While many of the first cloud-based IAM solutions seemed to add more to the list, today we’re seeing a real convergence toward a small set of widely adopted standards that have made implementation and integration remarkably easy, including REST-based APIs, OAuth, SAML and OpenID Connect.

While some dive in headlong, many dip their toe in the water with quick-win implementations – to address rising costs for password management by offering self-service, for example – and then progress through provisioning into a handful of core identity systems, synchronization of passwords between authoritative system, etc. This approach often allows the organization time to see that identity can be leveraged as a service for other business needs.

A large financial institution, for example, mandated that all its lines of business use a centralized in-house identity governance solution, then charged each LOB to use the service. This could be done only with a service approach to identity, which became possible once the beachhead of self-service password management had been established.

In our next post, we’ll explore the reasons why organizations must make the transition to new, cloud-based IAM models if they hope to compete in a world where business has moved online. For more information on the services and offerings at Simeio Solutions, you can learn more by going to www.simeiosolutions.com

 

Tuesday Jun 04, 2013

Putting the EASY into ESSO! by Matthew Scott (aurionPro SENA Blog Series - Ch1)

Enterprise Single Sign-On occupies an unusual position in the field of IAM. In automating the sign-on of users to their applications, it is somewhat uniquely, a client-side application. For some of our customers, the role of enterprise SSO in an IAM programme isn’t entirely clear. I’ve spoken with many security architects who view its use as somehow tantamount to cheating. Surely, they assert, if we fully integrate systems at the back-end then the need for a client component doing sign-on becomes unnecessary. Architecturally this may be true. But the realities are that users have issues with passwords right now. Enterprise single sign-on addresses problems immediately. However, it’s also much more than just a tool that signs the user on to anything from their desktop. It is a tool that can be used to solve related business problems and technical challenges just as well as it can deliver users from their credential nightmares.

In this series of four articles, we will explore how enterprise SSO can be used to deliver these additional benefits. We will cover zero touch credential provisioning, making enterprise single sign-on an integrated part of an IAM programme and the management of delegated accounts. First, however, we’ll start with an easy one… making everyone happy all at the same time!

Capturing business requirements for identity and access management projects can be an art. There are so many interested parties – technical, legal, HR, end-users, application owners to name but a few – that it’s rare to reach a speedy consensus. I was in one such meeting with a customer a while back who were trying to explore what the success criteria would be for their enterprise single sign-on initiative. Relatively straightforward, you’d think, but after five hours the customer was still going round in circles! It wasn’t until the project sponsor finally arrived at the meeting and spoke about his vision that sanity was restored. His single request? His single measure? “Make it easy for my users!” That’s all he wanted. If other benefits accrued, that was a bonus.

Oracle’s Enterprise Single Sign-non Suite Plus (Oracle ESSO) is designed to do precisely what the project sponsor wanted. It includes a number of technologies designed to relieve the pain of passwords, by reducing the number of forgotten or incorrect credentials that a user has, whilst simultaneously making it easier to provide those same credentials to users without compromising security. What’s more, these benefits can be obtained surprisingly quickly – Oracle ESSO has a very light footprint and a flexible framework approach to managing credentials for almost any application. Web, Windows, Cloud or mainframe, passwords can quickly be eliminated as a source of pain for users and IT staff alike.

Oracle ESSO takes the management of credentials away from users. It stores passwords in a secure manner so that the user cannot forget it. It manages the password lifecycle, securely updating credentials when they expire. And it streamlines the user experience – application logon is handled automatically, so the user can get to work immediately without having to fumble over the username and password.

Of course, Oracle ESSO also allows the organisation to achieve lots of other benefits if it’s implemented correctly – reduced number of calls to helpdesk, increased productivity through faster password resets and so on. But fundamentally, as a user-facing tool it has to be one that’ll gain rapid acceptance for its deployment to be heralded as a success. The additional benefits won’t appear if the users don’t adopt the new tools they’re given.

aurionPro SENA has considerable experience with the Oracle ESSO suite. In fact, we’ve got the deployment of Oracle ESSO down to a fine art. Referring back to our original customer above – speed of deployment was important. “Proof of concept in days, pilot in weeks, deployment in two months” was the mantra. All with no significant operational impact on either end-users or IT personnel. We helped the customer achieve these goals. Deploying Oracle ESSO requires a delicate balance of technical knowledge, light-touch project management and extremely well-managed engagement with the end-user community. The last element is the most important. Involving key users as early as possible when their applications are being ‘profiled’ for single sign-on helps to ensure that they buy in to the end goal. They understand how Oracle ESSO will enhance the way that they work and are keen to share this with other users. If done right, a cascade of anticipation can ripple through the user community so that, rather than fearing change as can often happen with IT projects, the users are willing the change to arrive sooner! The use of appropriate briefing tools, promotion of the new system and similar techniques can further enhance the effectiveness of the final Oracle ESSO rollout.

So, Oracle ESSO makes it easy for end-users. That’s great, that’s exactly what our customer wanted, and it’s what any user-facing application should strive to do. Deploying Oracle ESSO, when managed properly, is one of those very unusual IT projects, though. Not only does it make things easier for end-users, it also makes things easier for IT support teams, helpdesk operators, auditors and a whole range of teams within the organisation. So it’s win-win all round.

But this is just the starting point. Oracle ESSO acts as a great launch pad for customers looking to further streamline credential management, giving users a better experience whilst also improving security and providing previously unavailable audit data. Stay tuned as we demonstrate how you can unlock the potential of Oracle ESSO.

 

Friday Mar 16, 2012

Webcast Q&A: Cisco's Platform Approach to Identity Management

Thanks to all who attended the live webcast we hosted on Cisco: Best Practices for a Platform Approach on Wed, March 14th. Those of you who couldn’t join us, the webcast replay is now available.

Many thanks to our guest speaker, Ranjan Jain, Security Architect at Cisco for walking us through Cisco’s drivers and rationale for the platform approach, the implementation strategy, results, roadmap and recommendations. We greatly appreciate the insight he shared with us all on the deployment synergies with a platform approach to Identity Management. A forward looking organization, Cisco also has plans for secure cloud and mobile access enablement so it was interesting to learn how the Platform approach to Identity Management today is laying down the foundation for those future initiatives.

While we tackled a good few questions during the webcast, we have captured the responses to those that we weren’t able to get to:

Q.Can you provide insight into how you approached developing profiles for each user group
A. At Cisco, the user profile was already available to IT before the platform consolidation started. There is a dedicated business team that manages the user profiles.

Q. What is the current version of Oracle Identity Manager in the market?
A. Oracle Identity Manager 11gR1 is the latest version of our industry leading user provisioning/identity administration solution.

Q. Is data resource segmentation part of the overall strategy at Cisco?
A. It is but it is managed by the business teams and not at the IT level.

Q. Does Cisco also have an Active Directoy LDAP? Do they sync AD from OID or do the provision to AD as another resource?[
A. Yes, we do. AD is provisioned using in-house tools and not via Oracle Identity Manager (OIM).

Q. If we already have a point IDM solution in place (SSO), can the platform approach still work?
A. Yes, the platform approach calls for a seamless, standardized framework for identity management to support the enterprise’s entire infrastructure, both on-premise or in the cloud. Oracle Identity Management solutions are standards based so they can easily integrate and interoperate with existing Oracle or non-Oracle solutions.

Hope you enjoyed the webcast and we look forward to having you join us for the next webcast in our Customers Talk: Identity as a Platform webcast series:
ING: Scaling Role Management and Access Certification to Thousands of Applications
Wednesday, April 11th at 10 am PST/ 1 pm EST
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We are also hosting a live event series in collaboration with the Aberdeen Group. To hear first-hand, the insights from the recently released Aberdeen Report and to discuss the merits of the Platform approach, do join us at this event. You can also connect with Oracle Identity Management SMEs and get your questions answered live.

Aberdeen Group Live Event Series: IAM Integrated - Analyzing the "Platform" vs. "Point Solution" Approach
North America, April 10 - May 22
Register for an event near you

And here’s the slide deck from our Cisco webcast:

 

Friday Nov 11, 2011

ESSO Webcast Replay with Live Q&A

In our ESSO webcast on Oct 19th, we discussed how Oracle Enterprise Single-Sign On Suite can not only eliminate your password reset and helpdesk headaches but also offers a healthy ROI which enterprises just cannot overlook. In our webcast we discussed how Oracle ESSO Suite can deliver an ROI of 140% within the first year of deployment.

Due to popular demand, we are now doing a re-broadcast of this webcast in the European time zone. The webcast will be followed by live Q&A. Matt Berzinski, Product Manager for Oracle ESSO Suite will be on air to answer all of your ESSO and Identity Management questions. 

Join us on this webcast to find out how Oracle ESSO Suite Plus can deliver quick wins for your organization. Register here for this webcast.

Monday Oct 17, 2011

Rapid ROI with Oracle Enterprise Single Sign-On Suite

We live in interesting economic times. The housing market has been in a slump for several years now. If you are going into invest in a property today purely for rental purposes, then most likely you will look at how quickly you can break even. I recently read somewhere that the historical price to rent ratio for most housing markets in the continental states is around 15. The price to rent ratio is the price paid for a property divided by the annual rent on the property. So in other words, it takes about 15 years on a historical average basis to break even on an investment in rental property. That’s a long time I would say, don’t you agree?

However, our Oracle Identity Management solutions are designed to offer extremely quick Return on Investment (ROI) to our customers. Let’s take the example of Oracle Enterprise Single Sign-On (ESSO) Suite Plus. Oracle ESSO overcomes the huge burden of productivity losses and helpdesk costs incurred from forgotten passwords. In addition to that, we offer one more compelling reason for our customers to invest in Oracle ESSO. That is its rapid ROI.

Let’s take the example of an organization with about 7000 users where strong password policies are enforced. In many organizations, users are required to change their application passwords frequently (about once a quarter is not uncommon). An average helpdesk call associated with a password reset can cost $40. If such an organization deploys Oracle ESSO, they can eliminate their password headaches and overcome productivity losses that forgotten passwords can inflict. In addition to all that, Oracle ESSO delivers an ROI of 140% within the first 12 months of deployment. In other words, the organization can recover their investment and save additionally with the first year. And within the first five years, Oracle ESSO can save nearly $5 million in costs. Now that’s a very compelling investment.

You can find the Oracle Enterprise Single Sign-On ROI calculator here.

You can download a copy of the Enterprise Single Sign-On Buyer’s Guide here.

Join us on our live webcast Oct 19th to find out how Oracle ESSO Suite Plus can deliver quick wins for your organization. Register here for this webcast.

Monday Oct 03, 2011

Identity Management at Oracle OpenWorld - Monday WrapUp

Oracle OpenWorld has officially kicked off in high gear. There were three highlights from today’s Identity Management activities: 

  • Identity Management Demos: If you haven’t already checked out the Identity Management demogrounds in Moscone South, don’t miss it. This year, the Oracle IDM product team has pulled out all stops to bring together one of the most exciting set of demos we have seen. The 9 Identity Management demos are all designed to prove why Oracle Identity Management is the most complete and most integrated solution in the world. Each demo validates several real world use case scenarios that need an end to end solution. And this year, there is an added bonus. If you check out all the 9 IDM demos, you can enter to win an Apple TV. 
  • Identity Management Keynote: In his general session address, Amit Jasuja - VP of Oracle Identity Management and Security Products, discussed several key identity management trends and how innovation is the key driver behind Oracle’s Identity Management momentum. One of the key industry trends over the last couple of years has been the consumerization of IT and how it has fueled some secular trends like cloud, social and mobile computing. Identity Management and security are now important than ever as workforces everywhere need anywhere anytime access. Amit’s session showcased 3 cool demos –cloud-social-mobile integration, self serve access, and privileged user access control.
  • Customer Successes: One of the best barometers of a product’s success is its customer adoption. This year Oracle is showcasing several case studies that underscore why Oracle Identity Management leads the industry. In Amit Jasuja’s keynote, the CISO of Toyota discussed how Toyota is using Oracle Identity Management to bring social networking straight to your automobile. Earlier in the day, we had ING and Kaiser discuss how they are winning with Oracle Identity Analytics. Later in the day, we had Sasktel talk about how they are leveraging Oracle Identity Management to deliver identity services in the cloud. During the next three days, you will get an opportunity to hear from several other customers who have realized the benefits of Oracle Identity Management.

For a complete listing of Identity Management demos and sessions at OpenWorld, see the Identity Management Focus On. 

Friday Aug 12, 2011

Layering Enterprise Security with Access Management

As a security professional, one of the surveys I look forward to every year is the Data Breach Investigations Report published by Verizon. In the 2011 edition of the report, there were several glaring statistics. Verizon reports that 76% of all breaches compromised back end servers, 92% of attacks were not highly difficult and an alarming 96% of all security breaches were preventable through simple or intermediate controls. At Oracle, we could not agree more.

Across the enterprise security landscape there are several factors which are increasing risk for organizations. Traditional security has relied on defending the perimeter. But the proliferation of sophisticated attacks internally and externally demands sophisticated defense mechanisms that factor risk into the security equation. Secondly, the modern workforce is increasingly dynamic and mobile. When employees, partners, contractors, customers, suppliers etc all need access to critical applications, access to sensitive information should be restricted to authorized users. Finally, recent IT trends like cloud computing, and mobility have resulted in a proliferation of applications that employees need access to. Applications come in many different flavors (packaged, homegrown, SaaS, mobile apps etc) and when each app has its own notion of the user, how they connect and what they are authorized to do, this increases costs and complexity of integrating security for applications.

At Oracle, our Access Management solutions offer holistic security to help organizations safeguard against security threats, reduce risk, ensure compliance and security for applications, web services and data. In our upcoming webcast on Aug 23 sponsored by IOUG, Eric Leach from Oracle will discuss the latest innovations in Oracle Access Management solutions and how they can help you address your enterprise security and compliance goals.

Register here for the Aug 23 Webcast.

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