Powertech MFA's IBM i agent can now accommodate authentication calls to a RADIUS server to authenticate users.
Powertech Multui-Factor Authentication now supports TLS (Transport Layer Security) protection for communications to and from the Authentication Manager, and is now registered as a Client Application within the IBM Digital Certificate Manager (DCM).
Exit programs that were registered against exit points before Powertech Multi-Factor Authentication control for those exit points was activated can now be changed.
The product has been renamed Powertech Multi-Factor Authentication. The new name is now used in the IBM i Agent module and accompanying documentation. (Previously the product was called "Access Authenticator.")
When configured, requests from the IBM i agent to the Authentication Manager are now sent over HTTPS.
Authentication request with parameters set to null is no longer sent when CCSID=65535.
A new error handling and messaging mechanism has been added to the Desktop Agent that enables important messages about upgrades to be displayed.
You are now logged out of the Desktop Agent after changing HelpSystems Insite addresses.
The Insite server address on the Access Authenticator IBM i agent is now updated with each Activation from HelpSystems Insite.