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When we need to keep current backup partition during the upgrade we need to have possibility in order to skip automatic partition backup creation when the upgrade run. Example: normally the original backup partition is overridden. In a test enviro...
Ability to encrypt snapshots and support files and/or keystores
Currently snapshots and support files will contain the keystore and the stash file, which would allow anyone with access to the snapshot and support files to obtain the private keys for the ISVA infrastructure. There should be a better way to prot...
add option to JSON-escape http request log directives
Some HTTP headers or other data like decoded query strings can contain JSON reserved characters. example: cache-control: no-cache="set-cookie, set-cookie2" The quotes in this string would break a request-log-format string that specified this cooki...
We would like to know if ISVA could support SAML 2.0 federation metadata endpoints as described in the following documentation: http://docs.oasis-open.org/security/saml/v2.0/saml-metadata-2.0-os.pdf see chapter 4 (Metadata Publication and Resolution)
Verify Access plugin for 3rd party MFA integration for Windows Hello Registration
A prospect is looking at workforce access management use cases and we are proposing Verify Access. One of their use case is to use Windows Hello for passwordless authentication via FIDO2 to their enterprise applications. Now for Windows Hello regi...
One of customer is looking for OOTB functionality to leverage MFA capability for windows hello for business registration. From the solution perspective we have proposed IBM Security Verify Access solution.
As per the Microsoft link it seems, it s...