- The Cloud Authentication Service is now a FIDO2 Certified Server. The certification demonstrates compliance
with the FIDO2 specification and ensures compatibility with any FIDO2-certified security key.
- The upcoming release of RSA SecurID Authenticate 3.2 for iOS will begin enforcing device compliance by preventing app use on jailbroken devices. Users will be presented with relevant messages on screen and use of the app will be prevented. Affected devices can be used to authenticate with the RSA SecurID Authenticate app again after they have been restored back to manufacturer specifications. Users will also have to complete device registration again with the app. This app change will be made available in the Apple App Store within January 2020.
- A password is now required to protect the Issuer Signing Certificate file (.pfx) when you install the Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA) Connector. If your company installed the Connector prior to the January 2020 release, RSA recommends that you install the latest version of the Connector (1.6) with the certificate file password. For instructions, see Install the Integrated Windows Authentication Connector.
- See the Release Notes for the schedule for planned changes to Cloud Authentication Service IP addresses.
- This release also contains miscellaneous bug fixes.
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