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IBM is transforming its request for enhancement (RFE) process. The purpose of the transformation is to provide a more consistent experience for you to submit requests and to enable IBM product owners to respond to your requests more quickly. For more information click here.
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Download more than 10,000 lines in InFlight at a time
For billing each month, we are required to pull our own report in InFlight for the amount of documents processed for each month. Currently we are only able to download 10,000 lines at a time into an excel spreadsheet. It is very time consuming to ...
Add SSL Support between IBM Control Center and WebSphere MQ to monitor Sterling Secure Proxy
Security mandates that all the connections need to be secured. WebSphere MQ supports SSL but not IBM Control Center, adding this functionality allows meeting the newer security requirements.
Hooks to enable the SSO Authentication for ICC Web Console URL
Add TLS 1.3 Support to Sterling Secure Proxy
Add built-in report for bruteforce attempts.
The Sterling Proxy is our gateway between
the internet and SFG. As such, we are
exposed to attempts to guess user IDs
using brutefore methods.
The raw internal logs show each event and
contain the IP address, Time, username and
number of failed...
A new WARN() function, which would work similar to FAIL()
I propose a new function WARN(), which would work in a similar way to FAIL() and end the map with a specific warning code.
PIV Card Support for Sterling MFT/B2B Products
PIV was initially introduced by HSPD-12 (Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12), in August of 2004. However, it is just now that agencies are being mandated to comply with this directive. The first required delivery date that we know of for ...
Ability to Pause and Un-Pause CD nodes in SCC using runbatch or API
Sterling Control Center should have an sbility to Pause and Un-Pause Connect Direct nodes in SCC using runbatch script and/or using API
CyberArk AIM Integration/Connector
As part of security's best practices, it is mandatory that all applications have a connector with CyberArk to retrieve passwords from functional users, so it isn't allowed to storage static passwords in the local servers/Properties files from appl...
Security Exit must be usable by different SFTs and the STCname should be part of the RACF profile namess
In our environment we run several Connect:Direct stc's in one environment. The provided Security Exits do not offer a possibility to setup separate profiles for these stc's.We would like this to be changed. Second what we ask for is to add the STC...
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