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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...
Allow CD netmap in SSP multiple hosts/IP addresses under the same s-node name
Allow multiple hosts/IP addresses per CD node on SSP netmap. Currently in SSP v343 product, CD node and its address are 1:1 mapping. We currently have 4 CD server adapters on backend SBI 2 node cluster. These SBI CDSA all share the same CD node na...
Multiple Configuration Managers supporting proxy/perimeter servers
Currently SSPcm is a single point of failure since only 1 instance can manage a set of proxies. If the one instance goes offline, the proxies being managed a stop functioning correctly
Limit Secure Proxy sessions by inbound IP address
We want the ability to limit inbound sessions per IP address at the adapter level. We don't want to maintain inbound IP addresses in SSP but we would like SSP to be intelligent enough to realize when an external inbound IP is consuming X number of...
Sterling Secure Proxy does not currently support the forward proxy
Inactive User Accounts Controls - Administrator Accounts
Application parameter settings that do not automatically disable and/or remove user accounts after a specified period of inactivity may result in unauthorized access, modification, destruction, and/or disclosure of confidential information.
SSP CM : Alternate JMS Connection Info under JMS Queue Management in Advanced - System Settings - CMSystemSettings - Globals
Sterling Secure Proxy Configuration Manager Hello Team, Even though there is option to have multiple JMS Configuration under CMSystemSettings, at a time only one JMS configuration can be set in JMS Queue Management to enable JMS queuing for CM. Th...
SSP Authentication APIs
SFG REST APIs could send/receive files however for the external trading partners this is not possible with SSP in between
Allow SSP engine certificate to be configured through configureEngineSsl.sh directly
The configureEngineSsl.sh script only supports importing configuration exported from CM. Typically CM and SSP engines are installed on different machines in different network zones. The certificates will be put on the servers directly. It's a lot ...
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