Hello everyone! Here are the release notes for the most recent updates we’ve made to Duo.
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New features, enhancements, and other improvements
- Duo Administrators can now blacklist an endpoint that was previously reported as a “Trusted Endpoint.” This can be useful in cases where the endpoint is reported lost or stolen.
- Blacklisting an endpoint will prevent it from gaining access to applications as long as there is an active Trusted Endpoints configuration for devices running the same OS as the endpoint.
- This capability will initially apply to macOS, Windows, and iOS endpoints for which Duo utilizes a certificate to determine whether the endpoint is trustworthy or not.
- Blacklisting can be configured via the endpoint’s detail page.
Individual user sync now available for Help Desk administrators
- Duo Administrators with the Help Desk role can now perform directory syncing of individual users, even ones not yet in Duo, from the directory sync page (which is otherwise read-only for them).
- They also continue to be able to perform individual user directory syncing from the user detail screen.
- Help Desk admins can now see the “Directory Sync” menu item under “Users” in the navigational menu on the left side of the Duo Admin Panel.
- Modified directions in the Duo Mobile activation step of the sign-up process to clarify that the UI element that needs to be tapped is either “Add Account” or “+”.
- When an administrator’s authentication attempts are reset via the Duo Admin Panel, API, or self-remediation, an event is now logged in the Administrator Actions Report. This was implemented in a previous release but was mistakenly left out of the release notes until now.
New and updated applications
Duo Mobile 3.30.0 for iOS released
- Duo Mobile now supports iOS 13 and Dark Mode.
Duo Access Gateway 1.5.9 and 1.5.8 for Windows and Linux released
- Fixed a bug that would sometimes cause the Duo Access Gateway admin console to fail to upload applications.
- Fixed a bug that caused Duo Access Gateway to fail to authenticate on certain embedded browsers on macOS.
Duo Authentication Proxy 3.1.1 released
- Third-party cryptography library update to address known memory leaks.
- Fixed a bug that allowed Duo Administrators to navigate to the old Duo Admin Panel SSO login workflow.
- Fixed an issue that allowed a Duo Administrator’s activation to be reset if they saved their own profile page.