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
Duo Access and Duo Beyond customers now have access to a more powerful Authorized Networks policy section in the Duo Admin Panel. In addition to the previous behavior of allowing designated IP addresses and ranges to bypass two-factor authentication, customers can now also configure the policy to require two-factor authentication for designated addresses/ranges and to deny access for any non-matching addresses.
- Added a Duo Beyond setup guide to the Duo Admin Panel that helps customers get started.
- Added an SSO Setup Guide that helps users set up Duo Access Gateway (DAG) with SSO to the Duo Admin Panel. This is accessible from the Applications tab via a link next to the “Protect an Application” button. The link to the guide is accompanied by an informational banner.
New and updated applications
- Duo Unix 1.10.1 was released. It addresses an issue that would keep configuration secrets in memory longer than necessary.
- Workday was added as a DAG service provider.
Office 365 with the Duo Access Gateway now supports Basic Authentication for legacy clients that do not support Modern Authentication.
- Duo Access Gateway 1.5.0 was released. It features support for Office 365 Basic Authentication.
- Duo Network Gateway 1.2.3 was released. It features performance improvements.
Version 1.4.3 of the Duo plugin for JIRA and Confluence were released.
- Returned to using /preauth API call to support advanced user bypass use cases.
- API call now submits version information to Duo for improved troubleshooting.
- The install script now supports updating an existing plugin installation.