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New release: 10.138.240

Hi everyone!

Today we're releasing a new version of Team Password Manager, 10.138.240, with the following features:

  1. 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:

    password rules for local users

New release (10.135.236): API v.5 and One Time Passwords

Hi everyone!

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

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.

Extension update, Custom Branding document and Patch for 9.125.225

Hi!

These past days we've been working on several things that we'd like to share.

Extension update

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.

New release (9.125.225): SAML Authentication and Browser Extension Update

Hi everyone!

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).

SAML Authentication

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.

New release (7.120.220): Projects Tree Loading Optimization and jQuery upgrade

Hi everyone!

Today we're releasing a new version of Team Password Manager, 7.120.220, that doesn't have any new features but that we think is quite important.

We've been working on optimizing loading the branches of the projects tree on the left sidebar. Before this version, for small installations, the tree branches loaded quickly. But if you added lots of projects, passwords and users, loading branches could take some time, especially for non-Admin users.

Docker image for Team Password Manager

Docker image for Team Password Manager

Hi everyone!

Today we're releasing the Docker image for Team Password Manager.

As you probably know, Docker is a system that allows you to create software packages, called containers, that have all the components to run an application. This way you don't have to take care of installing every component and configuring the settings to run an application. In a simplified way: install Docker and run a container, that's it.

Docker containers are created from Docker images, which contain all the functionality to install the container. Team Password Manager Docker images, for instance, take care of installing