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KB 160134: How to Verify Which RASP Shield Version to use on the VASCO Customer Portal with your RASP SDK Implementation
RASP is a security technology that integrates directly into Mobile Applications to provide proactive security against a wide range of attacks, such as tampering, debugging, code injection, code modification and data theft from the App. It performs a number of security checks and protects applications against attacks during runtime in the Android and iOS eco-systems....
IDENTIKEY Authentication Server installs OpenSSL which can be used for certificate management. The IAS documentation provides sample commands for particular functions but may be missing the -config openssl.cnf flag.
This static vector is a data string common for the DIGIPASS serial number in the DPX file. It contains parameter settings that will be used to generate activation data necessary for the activation process of a software DIGIPASS token.
KB 150192: Error: “No subject alternative names matching IP address” when installing the DIGIPASS Gateway.
This article will explain why you get the error “No subject alternative names matching IP address” when you are installing the DIGIPASS Gateway.
This article will explain some possible reasons why there is no data when running a report, or the report contains not the expected data.
KB 150188: Error “No OPENSSL_Applink” when running the IDENTIKEY Authentication Server maintenance wizard for creating certificates.
When running the IAS maintenance wizard for creating new certificates you get the following error: OPENSSL_Uplink (xxxx): no OPENSSL_Applink.
KB 150190: How to Create and Install a commercial certificate for IDENTIKEY Authentication Server webadmin.
By default, the IAS webadmin is installed with a self-signed certificate. The browser will produce an error and ask you if you want to trust this certificate. By installing a commercial certificate (that is trusted by the built-in root certificates of the browsers) this error will not be displayed anymore.
This article describes how you can monitor DIGIPASS Gateway to verify it is up and running.
KB 150189: LDAP Back-end authentication fails on IDENTIKEY Authentication Server installed on Linux with Error: SASL(-4): no mechanism available: No worthy mechs found in the IAS trace file.
When doing Back-end authentication to Active Directory on a Linux server you get the following error in the full trace file: [LdapBackEndAuthenticatorImpl::FnBind::bind] > Error detail: SASL(-4): no mechanism available: No worthy mechs found ... Back End Authentication has failed [Error]
When you try to install DIGIPASS Gateway in combination with JAVA JDK 9.0 you get the following error at the end of the installation process: Error while installing Identikey primary server SSL certificate key. The system-wide trust store cannot be found in your Java distribution. It should be located at “C:\Program Files\Java\jdk-9.0.1\jre\lib\security\cacerts”