Hello everyone! Here are the release notes for the most recent updates we’ve made to Duo.
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New and updated applications
- Our MacLogon integration is now available. This integration is for console logons to macOS systems.
- The integration can permit smart card login as an alternative to Duo authentication.
- Auto-push is available with this integration.
- Duo Network Gateway 1.2.1 has been released, which features support for Let’s Encrypt and other improvements and bug fixes.
- Duo Access Gateway 1.4.4 has been released, which contains bug fixes and an updated Admin Console UI.
- Duo Unix 1.10.0 has been released, which features LibreSSL support and additional GECOS parsing support. We also increased the OSX group count.
Features, enhancements, and other improvements
- You can now choose a custom logo for the the landing page when creating a phishing campaign using Duo Insight.
- Updated, expanded, and improved phrasing on the Device Insight and Endpoints pages in the Duo Admin Panel when referring to Trusted Endpoints.
- Manual Enrollment for Trusted Endpoints in the Duo Admin Panel now supports iOS devices.
- The minimum allowed password length for Duo administrator accounts is now 8 character (previously, it was was 6). Existing customers can continue to use 6 or 7 character passwords for the time being, and there’s no requirement to generate new passwords. The new length requirement will take effect for new Duo signups only.
- An endpoint is no longer created when a user clicks an enrollment link. The user’s endpoint will now be created and tracked when they log in. Previously, customers would see many duplicate endpoints being created by services that check email links for spam by clicking them.
- The Administrator Actions log in the Duo Admin Panel has been updated to log an event when an admin sends bulk mobile activation links via text or email.
- Eleven (11) more DAG Service Providers have been updated to use SHA-256.