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Secure Connection between Secure Proxy Engine (in DMZ) and SSP Perimeter Server (in Secure Network)
There is a requirement from customer to have Secure Connection between Secure Proxy Engine (in DMZ) and SSP Perimeter Server (in Secure Network).
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 faile...
Add TLS 1.3 Support to Sterling Secure Proxy
Select multiple trust cert with search functionality
In SSP Dashboard, Netmap > Inbound Node[HTTP based protocol] > Security>CA Certificates/Trusted RootWhile selecting multiple certificates it becomes very difficult to select multiple cert and find to unselect certificate.It would be conve...
Add SSL Support between Sterling Secure Proxy Configuration Manager / Engine and WebSphere MQ
Security mandates that all the connections need to be secured. WebSphere MQ supports SSL but not SSP CM / SSP Engine, adding this functionality allows meeting the newer security requirements.
Monitoring SSP authorization through SCC
Hi Team,One of my client has a requirement to monitor and generate a report which gives the details of users who initiated a connection to SSP.It should capture both successful and unsuccessful attempts along with the username. Currently, the onl...
Hooks to enable the SSO Authentication for SSPDashboard URL
Monitoring, Alerting and Reporting capabilities not available
Monitoring: The only way to investigate the status/traffic of a specific connection is accessing the Event and Audit log files located in the SSP server. This has a deep impact on the usability of the product making the operation activities of Sup...
SSH Support Through SSP As A Forward Proxy
During recent joint discussions a gap in the SSP protocol stack has been identified whereby outbound SSH connections (i.e. supporting SFTP and SCP) are not supported.In order to enforce a More Secure to Less Secure network, whereby the network hos...
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...
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