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Allow Pass-Through User Mapping option for " Password Or Key " Authentication Method in SFTP policies
We want to be able to select on the secure proxy configuration manager on SFTP policies the User Mapping option " Pass-Through " when the required Authentication Method selected is " Password Or Key ". This option is available for " Password ", " ...
Concept of Certificate Grouping and Referring Group Directly Under Netmaps
In Today's world, when Client Authentication is Enabled in SSP, firstly we need to get the root and intermediate certs and check-in to the SSP and then choose the new certificates in the respective netmaps. The number of netmaps we need to make th...
Generate Notifications From IBM Secure Proxy on Expiring Certificates
When using Connect: Direct and Secure Proxy, all the Partner specific certificates currently get checked into IBM Secure Proxy Trust Store, if there are Partner certificates up for expiry there is no functionality available in SSP to notify on th...
SSP Rest Monitoring
We would like to track the engine and detailed per engine adapter status through Rest. This data is available on the viewEngineStatusAllMonitor.jsp page when logging in through the browser but not through the current rest interface.
Steling Secure Proxy new feature request for password reset/forgot password.
System : SSPActor: User needing to change a forgot password. SSP currently does not support forgot password or password reset self service functionality. Need to add this feature on SSP Description: During the initial on boarding of a partner id w...
Provide visibility of log info within SSP UI for troubleshooting of connectivity or authentication issues
Troubleshooting external trading partner connectivity issues requires accessing the SB2BI servers and searching multiple log files. This is extremely cumbersome as well as requiring production support resources to have access to the server, which ...
SSP - Disable TLS1.0
SSLv3 is disabled by default in SSP in the java.security file with the following line of code. We have attempted to add TLS1 to disable TLS1.0 only and we were not successful. Adding TSL1 to the list of algorithms disabled all versions of TLS not ...
Oracle Enterprise Linux (OEL) Support
Many enterprises have Oracle Enterprise Linux (OEL) as their standard. It would be ideal to add support for OEL OS, so customers can deploy the products (SSP CM/SSP Engine/SSP PS) without any if and buts we have today in our support statement. htt...
Option for TLSv1.1 or Higher in FTPS Netmap
Request to either add an option for TLSv1.1 or higher under FTPS netmap > Security > Secure Connection > Security Setting for a FTPS adapter, or remove SSLv3 and TLSv1 from the "SSLv3, TLSv1, TLSv1.1, or TLSv1.2" option under the same loc...
Add successful security handshake information to the audit log
Add information to the SSP audit log regarding what was negotiated during a successful security handshake. For SSL/TLS this would include the protocol version(SSLv3.0, TLSv1.0, etc.), the cipher agreed upon and the client source IP. For SFTP/SSH t...
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