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Suppress password policy error messages from SEAS logs if using Ping for Active Directory.
ERROR LdapPasswordPolicyRetriever - ************** Uknown or unsupported LDAP server detected
We use Ping for our Active Directory solution and it was determined that Ping does not return the password policy to SEAS as expected. Therefore, this...
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 ", " ...
Native support for DLP to manage sensible data
Customer would like to have in SSP a feature to connect with their DLP solution based on ICAP protocol to avoid that sensible data be sent outside of their organization without permission.
Would it be possible to create a way to monitor secure proxy adapters from the command line? It is possible to monitor sfg that way and as such building automation around this capability is nice.
SEAS UI Password Recovery
There is no way to recover the admin password for the SEAS UI in SEAS 220.127.116.11 iFix 6 build 208. Users cannot manage certificate renewal updates if they cannot login to the UI.
Allow customization of LDAP ping "dummy" user
It is possible to configure a periodic "heartbeat" that checks the connection to External Auth, and it is also possible to have it attempt an LDAP bind (via the ea.ping.profile setting). However, when it does this LDAP bind, it uses a fake user ("...
Need to support configuration for all protocols regarding forward proxies
A customer with whom I am working requires forward proxies for all protocols they use, in this case FTPS, SFTP and HTTPS. Their expectation is that Secure Proxy support these protocols both as reverse and forward proxies.
Maintain FIPS support for SSP HSM
JCE FIPS implementation has changed in the JRE shipped with SSP 6.0.2 to add support for TLSv1.3. Require verification that FIPS mode will continue to be supported after migration from 18.104.22.168
Support for EBICS protocol/authentication in the DMZ
To enable EBICS protocol to be authenticated in the DMZ , SSP with SEAS using either LDAP or Sterling B2B Integrator (similar model to SSO token authentication to avoid duplicating authentication).
Some sites still require Implicit SSL due to business pressure
Implicit SSL is generally not a best practice when setting up FTPS. The preferred alternative is Explicit SSL, which is the current standard for FTPS connections for Secure Proxy. However, some of our customers experience intense business pressure...
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