Occasionally, we remove functionality from Trust Protection Platform to stay current with emerging technologies and to serve the changing needs of our customers. Some of the more common reasons for deprecating features include the following:
- Minimal use of a feature by the majority of our customers
- Technologies that have become obsolete
- Features that have become too expensive to maintain
- Changes in our technology roadmap
- Important security enhancements to Trust Protection Platform
For a list of features that have been deprecated prior to the current release, visit:
Scheduled Feature Deprecations
Although planned feature deprecations are subject to change, the following list indicates which features are planned for removal from upcoming releases of Trust Protection Platform:
Venafi Platform 23.1
Depreciation of version 9 of CyberArk PAS
The integration with CyberArk PAS version 9 will no longer be supported in version 23.1 of Trust Protection Platform. Version 9 of CyberArk PAS was declared end-of-life in 2020. Customers can continue to use newer versions of CyberArk such as 10, 11 or 12.
Venafi Platform 23.3
WebSDK Authorization Method involving API Keys (End-of-Support)
The WebSDK authorization method that involves API keys was formally deprecated in Trust Protection Platform 20.2 and will no longer be available in code beginning in 22.3. The "WebSDk" permission that is available on users and groups will no longer be available. The temporary license key introduced in 22.2 will no longer be available.
Imperva MX provisioning driver will be deprecated
Starting in 23.2 Imperva MX driver will be able to provision device certificates only. After upgrading to 23.2 existing Imperva MX applications will be converted to Basic applications and retain certificate association. Provisioning certificates in bulk to Imperva MX can be accomplished using the Adaptable Bulk Provisioning job.