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As with standard Linux servers today Secure Proxy should be able to present Host Keys (more than one) in both RSA and ECDSA formats depending on what type the vendor incoming connection supports. Vendors are demanding Host Keys that are stronger t...
Read-Only Text Box (or make Text Area height match text boxes)
Currently only Text Areas can be read-only, but the smallest height for text areas is larger than the height of text boxes, so it looks terrible. Either text boxes need to be able to have read-only, or the text area minimum height needs to match.
Ability to set tab order for objects within a dialog
Currently the tab order defaults to the order in which the objects were created and can not be changed. The objects get moved around and thus is confusing when trying to tab through to fill out a form.
When notifications are sent using HTTP, as you only have one HTTP server to send the notification you cannot do any load balancing between multiple nodes. If HTTP server answers too slowly due to a large load, HTTP response code can be sent before...
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