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Allow multiple instances of Apps to be installed and dispatched on multiple App Hosts
Multiple customers are coming back to me because they need to connect an App with multiple servers, and the App Config allow only ONE server configuration.
We have answered that currently on some limited apps (QR, LDAP...) by changing the code to ...
Widgets Associated to Task Attachments are available for the Layout of a Task. This does not include any Incident level Attachments, which ensures that while on an Attachments Tab on the Incident itself you will see the entirety of the attachments...
Allow Editing the Order of Playbook First True Conditions
Within the documentation for playbook conditions, it notes: If you set the Condition point to First true condition, the conditions are evaluated in the order that you create them. If you need to change the order, you must delete then add the condi...
When creating a URL artifact in IBM SOAR, the platform appears to enforce the following restriction: The URL's scheme must be either "http://", "https://" or "ftp://" When an analyst tries to create an incident from our SIEM that contains a URL ar...
ODBC, at least in Azure, is heavily influenced by the quality of the queries and the server capacity with impact of filling up with messages on the queues and resulting in out of memory situations on Resilient server.
Add Placeholders and Group Boxes for Playbook Designer
When building a concept inside Playbook Designer it would be nice to have a placeholder for Tasks, Scripts and so on, that should go into the playbook before having to build the Task itself. I often come to the conclusion that a Task or a Script i...
SOAR Inbox Ingestion based on message ID instead of "unread" messages
Having "unread" messages ingestion design is susceptible to constant failures (for a variety of reasons), resulting in missing important emails that play a vital role in detecting cybersecurity incidents.Instead, the design must be based on ingest...
Having the possibility to whitlist IP addresses to never get banned by the Resilient ban safety mechanism
In case a group of users are working behind a single IP address such as a proxy, which hides their individual IP address, when the IP address of the proxy is banned, all the users behind that proxy are banned from authenticating to IBM Resilient. ...
Select Multiple Values At Once In Multi-Select Fields
When selecting multiple values in a multi-select field, analysts must select each value one at a time. This can get tedious if several values need to be selected and the field has a long list of options to choose from. A nice quality-of-life chang...
Need ability to manage incidents export (excel) jobs. Today, there is no easy way to view current incident export jobs and the ability to delete/cancel an existing job that may be running long due to many reasons, e.g. user might have generated a ...