Version 1.1.3

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What’s New

SEQRITE HawkkProtect includes the following features.

Local User Management

  • Manage users locally by importing/adding them through HawkkEye.

  • Users get synced automatically in HawkkProtect admin console.

  • Admin can send invite to users and users will sign-up first time.

  • End users can authenticate and authorize them on a user portal by password less OTP based authentication to access user/gateway portal.

HawkkProtect Generated Certificate

  • You can now opt for automatically generated SSL certificate in absence of organizational SSL domain certificate. Certificate will get issued to * .

  • Automatic CNAME record verification and HawkkProtect will take care of life cycle management of generated certificate.

Layer 7 Firewall and DDoS

  • Create layer 7 firewall policy rules to block application access from connections originating via specific IP addresses or country. You can apply a rule on specific application parameters such as query params, methods, custom paths, etc.

  • Create DDoS policy rules to block application access based on the number of requests from a specific IP address or from multiple IP address to a particular application. You can apply a rate limit for a specific timeframe. If the no. of requests exceeds, the connections would get blocked.

  • Enable Web Application Firewall (WAF) rules to restrict users accessing applications which are vulnerable to web attacks like SQL injections, Cross Site Scripting, etc.

Other features

  • New widgets added on dashboard.

  • UI/ UX Improvements

  • Bug fixes

Known Issues

Some of the important known issues in version 1.1.3 are as follows.

  • The Entity ID and Reply URL are not auto populated for the site deployment of an existing tenant.

    Workaround: Administrator must manually enter the values in this field.

  • After deleting a site, all the applications are marked as inactive.

  • Unable to upload a file bigger than 100 MB in the application after adding it on the admin portal.

  • After closing the user portal without properly logging out, a user tries to log in again. This creates a duplicate active session.

  • Loading a large number of connections on the Visibility page is CPU intensive on the administrator computer.

  • For ADFS IdP, logout request fails intermittently and an error is displayed.

  • The application location is displayed as Undefined on globe view for blocked connections.

  • In Google workspace IDP, User portal SAML logout is not supported due to technical limitation from Google.

  • Admin portal is not supported on Safari browser.

  • If users are deleted in AD, the policy access rules related to deleted users are not getting flushed.

  • You cannot edit the RDP application when you have two or more applications with the same domain name or IP address.

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