Duo Release Notes for April 18, 2017


Hello everyone! Here are the release notes for the most recent updates we’ve made to Duo.

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Features, enhancements, and other improvements

  • All Editions: The Bypass Codes page under Users in the Duo Admin Panel has been updated to include clickable filters for weak codes, codes that never expire, and ones with unlimited uses.
  • Duo Beyond: Improved Trusted Endpoints manual enrollment for Mac users. You can now use the same script enrollment for manual enrollment that is used for Jamf and other services. This configures the browsers to auto-select Duo certificates, removing a number of manual and error-prone steps. The previous experience has been preserved for Windows, Chrome, and Linux.

Duo Mobile app updates

Duo Mobile 3.16.1 has been released for iOS and Android. Updates and improvements are as follows:

  • iOS
    • Added more third-party account icons.
    • Fixed a crash on launch for some users.
  • Android
  • Added more third-party account icons.
  • Updated target SDK to Android 24.
  • We now indicate if a Duo Account needs to reactivate push.

Bug fixes

Fixed an issue whereby passcode and fingerprint status would report as “unknown” instead of “not set” for iOS devices.