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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 comma...
Include special characters (e.g. @) in Parameter Name of Obscure Data - Process Data Values service
We are using SI 126.96.36.199 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 v188.8.131.52
Our Implementation uses Global Mailbox and the current version of B2Bi (184.108.40.206, 6.1.1) supports maximum MQ version 220.127.116.11. 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 6.1.1Not using Sterling Secure ProxyAll the accounts are created using local LDAP on the app servers.These accounts do not use IBM Sterling Authentication.FTP(s) or SFTPFollowing are the requirements r...
Local "admin" account logon logs should be captured
Recently, we observed one issue with by default local accounts logon logs in Sterling Integrator application. Logs are getting captured when the authentication log is in debug mode. Logs are not getting captured when authentication log is in non-...
Supply Client Certificate Details to BP launched by HTTP Server Adapter
Details as to the CommonName of the Client Certificate and its Signing Authority would be useful in BP ProcessData to validate that the Client Certificate belongs to the source system that used it, and that it is signed by the correct CA (when mul...
SFG Community to be able to refer to Multiple PGP Server profiles for encryption / decryption.
For SFG Community we need to be able to select the PGP Server profile being used as SBI already has provision to create multiple PGP Server profile for different PGP implementation.
Implicit SSL is making a comeback with some sites due to its immediate application of SSL
Implicit SSL is generally not considered a best practice when setting up FTPS. The preferred alternative is Explicit SSL, which is the current standard for FTPS connections for B2B Integrator. However, some of our customers experience intense busi...
Change security logs format
The security logs can be changed to display more information in a single line. It will help security teams to identify who creates/deletes users or groups.
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