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IAG support for oidc with "client_secret_post" or PKCE
IAG currently supports oidc authentication from IBM Verify Cloud or on-prem using the Authorization Code flow. However, if the on-prem IBM Verify Access has basic authentication enabled on the reverse proxies, oidc will not work as IAG always send...
gskit tracing can be configured on IAG but is either active on all IAG containers or not. The way to configure it currently is by configuring it in a yaml file (environment variables ) and deploy it into the environment. Today this can not be enab...
Configurable tracing (e.g pdweb.snoop/debug) can be configured on IAG but is either active on all IAG containers or not. The way to configure it currently is by configuring it in a yaml file and deploy it into the environment. Today this can not b...
Enable the feature "http-delete-allow-body" in IAG
One of our customers reported the below case : HTTP method DELETE is enabled in general . But the body of DELETE requests is being blocked and they receive "400-Bad Request" . Therefore at the moment, the following features will not work on backen...
Force reauthentication/step-up on each access to resource
It is a common security requirement to say "user must reauthenticate before each access to this sensitive resource" or "user must authenticate at level x before each access to this sensitive resource". Today there's no way to specify that a first ...
Rate Limiting currently is implemented using buckets maintained in memory. Could we have an option to store that in Redis (especially if redis is being used for session management already)- so that multiple IAG containers can enforce a consistent ...