These release notes provide information about the One Identity Starling Two-Factor Desktop Login release.
One Identity Starling Two-Factor Desktop Login offers companies and organizations the ability to add strong Two-Factor Authentication to Microsoft's Windows client and server operating systems. It provides a simple and consistent login experience, even when the user logs in to the local desktop or through a terminal session. Starling Two-Factor Desktop Login ensures secured identity by requiring users to provide their Starling Two-Factor one-time password during the login process.
New features in Starling Two-Factor Desktop Login 1.1:
Support for TLS v1.2
When Starling Two-Factor Desktop Login sends the push notification, the push notification details contains the computer name instead of the IP address.
The following is a list of issues addressed in this release.
|Resolved Issue||Issue ID|
|When you use Starling Two-Factor Desktop Login to log into a machine with an invalid credentials (user name and password) followed by a valid credentials, second factor authentication for the latter user is bypassed.||216935|
|When you use Starling Two-Factor Desktop Login to log into a machine with a valid user name and an empty password, Push notification is triggered without password validation.||225741|
The following is a list of issues, including those attributed to third-party products, known to exist at the time of release.
|Known Issue||Issue ID|
If the version of Internet Explorer (IE) used is less than 10, user is unable to connect to the Starling organization.
Upgrade IE version to 10 or above.