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As per Bank security team, Concurrent logins should not be allowed. If the user is login via different machines or different browsers, then the old session should be destroyed. As per them, we need to have this feature in the product or commitment...
User group filter with & (and)/ |(or) and return attribute customisation
To implement PEM SSO current PEM can only use custom attribute / attribute with which can only return one string. Expected output as mentioned below.Sample output user role: </property><property><name>role</name><value&g...
Configuring the SEAS to only respond with (UserID & Destination Indicator) in response to SSP and forward the Authentication request (Password/SSH Key) aganist/to Sterling integrator local store?
The process/flow will follow the below steps from (User to SSP to SEAS to SI) Step 1 - User Authentication request comes from SSP layer to SEAS; Step 2 - SEAS validates the user against connected AD and return only "UserID/Username && Dest...
Currently SEAS has the ability to integrate with IBM product ISAM ( IBM security access manager ) and authenticate the userid and password provided by SSP. In this case SEAS generates SSO Token after successful authentication.
In a high-traffic system it can be difficult to determine which log entries in the seas logs are related to a given authentication attempt. Currently we're forced to grep / search for the specific username /timeframe and then manually parse throug...
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