One Identity Starling Two-Factor Authentication
22 April 2020
These release notes provide information about the 22 April 2020 Starling Two-Factor Authentication release.
About this release
One Identity Starling Two-Factor Authentication is designed to support non-federated applications and applications that act as an Identity Provider (IdP), to accept a one-time password (OTP) for two-factor authentication. It provides OTP by SMS, phone call or Starling 2FA app. It also supports push notifications, where users receive approval requests on their Starling 2FA app for two-factor authentication. An application that uses Starling Two-Factor Authentication is able to validate OTP and redirect all OTP and push notification management workflows to Starling Two-Factor Authentication. Starling Two-Factor Authentication provides a single interface for two-factor authentication.
Starling Two-Factor Authentication 22 April 2020 is a general release.
New features in the 22 April 2020 release of Starling Two-Factor Authentication:
- There are no new features for this release. See below for information regarding new features in previous releases.
The following were new features in previous releases of Starling Two-Factor Authentication.
- Downloads page – A new page has been added that provides access to downloads for the Starling 2FA application and on-premises Starling Two-Factor Authentication components.
- Minor changes made to the Dashboard page – The tiles have been updated to show information pertaining to the current month. The user count information has been removed (both the Users tile and corresponding graph data).
- Desktop application – The Chrome application has been replaced with a desktop application.
- TOTP hardware token support – The Starling Two-Factor Authentication service now supports TOTP tokens for authentication. This includes DPX file support.
- Hardware token support – The Starling Two-Factor Authentication service now supports OATH-compliant HOTP tokens for authentication. You can also bulk import users (as long as they are identical to existing users within your client product) in order to assign a hardware token before they begin authenticating.
The following is a list of enhancements implemented in the 22 April 2020 Starling Two-Factor Authentication release.
- There were no enhancements. See below for information regarding enhancements in previous releases.
The following enhancements appeared in previous releases of Starling Two-Factor Authentication.
Table 1: General enhancements
|Allow updating of name and email when adding an existing user (based on phone number) with updated information.
The following is a list of features that are no longer supported for Starling Two-Factor Authentication.
- There were no deprecated features for the 22 April 2020 release. See below for information regarding deprecated features in previous releases.
The following features were deprecated in previous releases of Starling Two-Factor Authentication.
- Integrations page: The Integrations page has been removed.
- New Azure Active Directory integrations: You can no longer add new Azure Active Directory integrations.