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SFTP SSH Known Host Key ssh-ed25519 format
our customer are using ssh-ed25519 ssh key format we are not bael to add this format in SI SSH Known Host Key
Multi Factor Authentication for Administrator accounts
Need to be able to require Multi Factor Authentication for administrative accounts in B2BI, SSPCM, SEAS.
Allow segregation of administrators to discrete lists of trading partners
Our organization has multiple business units. We need the ability to assign administrators so that they can make changes to only those accounts assigned to their business unit. Example - Trading partners A, B, and C are assigned to business unit A...
support of Oauth2 & OIDC in Sterling integrator
With more and more "business" moving to the cloud, it will be essential
Have the User ID in SB2Bi / SFG / MyFG case-insensitive
Currently the User Id information of a SB2Bi / SFG / MyFG User is case-sensitive. This means that when creating the user with myUserId as the UserID, the authentication will only be possible by entering myUserId (and not myuserid or MYUSERID which...
SSH User Identity Key > 2,048 bit
Partner ask to generate a auth key of 4,096-bit or larger, however Sterling menu doesn't allow for any key size except 1,024, 1,536 or 2,048. Also, there does not appear to be a documented and supported method to generate a key pair using a comman...
Include special characters (e.g. @) in Parameter Name of Obscure Data - Process Data Values service
We are using SI 184.108.40.206 and the Parameter Name does not allow special characters such as "@" being used in the Obscure Data - Process Data Values service. This prevents email addresses being used as Names.
Support for MQ version 9.2, currently supports upto v220.127.116.11
Our Implementation uses Global Mailbox and the current version of B2Bi (18.104.22.168, 6.1.1) supports maximum MQ version 22.214.171.124. Our Security and MQ team have identified a security vulnerability with version 9.1.x.x which is remediated with version 9....
Enable FIPS support for HSMs in Sterling B2B Integrator
Sterling B2B Integrator does not support FIPS enabled HSMs. As it is a security requirement that FIPS mode is enabled in HSMs, Sterling B2BI should provide this support so that certificates can be protected by HSMs
Implement Password rules for FTP(s) and SFTP Server Adapter External Authentication
Our platform is using IBM Sterling Integrator 6.1.1 Not using Sterling Secure Proxy All the accounts are created using local LDAP on the app servers. These accounts do not use IBM Sterling Authentication. FTP(s) or SFTP Following are the requireme...
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