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Venafi Trust Protection Platform 15.2 is released

ANNOUNCING:

Venafi Trust Protection Platform 15.2
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What's New!

F5 - Ability to Import Certificates and Configuration from F5 Appliances

Trust Protection Platform can now scan F5 appliances through the new Onboard Discovery feature. All of the certificates being used currently by those appliances are then brought into Trust Protection Platform along with required application configuration settings. This immediately puts the discovered certificates under the protection of TrustForce.

 

New Riverbed SteelHead Application Driver

The Venafi Trust Protection Platform streamlines the process of updating Riverbed SteelHead appliances to ensure that encrypted traffic is processed along with nonencyrpted traffic. You can now provisioning certificates, private keys, and CA chains to the Riverbed SteelHead WAN Optimizer appliance.

 

New GUI Features and Enhancements (Aperture™ Console)

-User Interface Enhancement

In Aperture, you can now open links in new tabs and windows. This allows you to easily keep your point of reference when opening new links to get information from dashboards, inventory lists, or search results.

-Open a link in a new tab

1 Right-click the link (or press Alt+Click or Ctrl+Click, depending on your browser).

2 Select Open Link in New Tab.

-Certificate Location

See a read-only view of the applications and devices on which a certificate is installed.

-Set policy for all certificates in the same folder

In Aperture, you can configure policy settings for all certificates in the same folder. The configuration is done on the folder.

-Additional Certificate Settings for Improved Security

Additional certificate settings give you the ability to:

1 Prevent users from creating certificates with the same Common Name and/or DNS Subject  Alternative Name as existing certificates in your inventory

2 Specify a set of allowed domain suffixes so that you can ensure that the Common Names and Subject Alternate Names of the certificates enrolled within a policy belong to my organization and are compliant with corporate standards

3 Forbid the use of wildcard certificates with specific policies so that you can limit their use in your environment and improve the security of your organization

 

New Certificate Settings for Improved Security (Web Administration Console)

 Additional certificate settings give you the ability to:

-  prevent users from creating certificates with the same Common Name and/or DNS Subject Alternative Name as existing certificates in your inventory

-  specify a set of allowed domain suffixes so that you can ensure that the Common Names and Subject Alternate Names of the certificates enrolled within a policy belong to my organization and are compliant with corporate standards

-  forbid the use of wildcard certificates with specific policies so that you can limit their use in your environment and improve the security of your organization

 

New Permission for Managing Policies

Using the new “Manage Policy” permission, you can now allow specific users to modify policy values on specific folders. This gives you greater control when dividing administrative tasks among other administrators.

 

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