Today we're releasing a new version of Team Password Manager, 11.141.247, that adds support for PHP 8 and some other features:
PHP 8 support
Team Password Manager now supports PHP 8 (8.0 and 8.1). We've had to change many things to support this versions of PHP, but two stand out:
We've recently released an update of the Browser Extension, version 3.17.16, with the following changes:
Search functionality in login forms
You can now search for passwords in a specific domain/subdomain in the pop up screen that appears in the login form fields:
We've recently been working on the following things:
• We've added two new languages: Ukrainian and French. They're available for the latest version of the languages files (currently v.13). You can find them in the language packs page.
Today we're releasing a new version of Team Password Manager, 10.138.240, with the following features:
- We've introduced password rules for local users. These apply for local users only, not SAML or LDAP users. These rules allow admins to force more complex passwords for local users. You can find them in Settings | User Password Rules:
The past weeks we've added four documents to our knowledge base:
• Password Reset for Local Users: password reset for local users has been available since day one, but it was never documented. There's usually no need to document how to do a password reset as it's quite straightforward, but the recently developed protection against password reset poisoning prompted us to write about it.
Just a note to confirm that Team Password Manager and any other software developed by us do not use the Log4j Java library, so we're not affected by the Log4j / log4shell vulnerability / CVE-2021-44228.
Today we're releasing a new version of Team Password Manager, 10.135.236, with many changes, two of which stand out: API v.5 and One Time Passwords.
API v.5 introduces file management to the API. With API v.5 you can upload and download files using the API, as well as do other operations with files: list, update, etc. Basically, the same operations you can do using the web user interface. We've included examples in PHP of how you can upload and download files in the documentation.
These past days we've been working on several things that we'd like to share.
We've released an update of the browser extension (v. 3.15.14) to fine-tune the connection/disconnection of the extension to Team Password Manager. We've also corrected a bug that, in some cases, prevented SAML connections in Firefox.
Following the release of the SAML authentication feature, we've published some guides to help you integrate Team Password Manager with the following SAML Identity Providers (IdP): Google, Microsoft Azure Active Directory, Okta and OneLogin. Check them out here:
Today we're releasing a new version of Team Password Manager, 9.125.225, with two major new features: SAML Single Sign-On Authentication and a browser extension backend to support a new extension update (3.15.10).
As you probably know, Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) is a standard for exchanging authentication and authorization information between an Identity Provider, such as OneLogin, G Suite or Azure, and a Service Provider, in this case Team Password Manager.