One Time Password

Recovery codes

A recovery code is a code that you can use as a backup method to your TOTP (Authenticator) or Web Authentication devices. If you don’t have access to your second factor devices by the time that you need to log […]

Safewhere Identify 5.8 Release Notes

This document summarizes all new features and bug fixes for version 5.8 as well as breaking changes when being upgraded from previous versions. New features and improvements Support Web Authentication (WebAuthn) as a second factor method We have added support […]

How to set up two factor with WebAuthn OTP

From version 5.8, we add support for Web Authentication (WebAuthn) as another second factor method besides Email, SMS, Authenticator, and OS2faktor. The new method offers clients such as Windows Hello, Apple’s Touch ID, and FIDO2 keys as a second factor […]

Version 5.7.0.26 Quality improvments

Safewhere Identify 5.7 Release Notes Bug fixes Identify Configuration Fixed: #69740 [IC] An error happened when upgrading a replicated tenant that has the new Safewhere Admin portal deployed.

Version 5.6.0.46 service pack

Safewhere Identify 5.6 Release Notes Bug fixes Identify Runtime Fixed: #68098 [SAML2.0] Returned RelayState value of a response to a POST logout request is not correct Safewhere Admin Fixed: #68179 [SAML20 IdP][Uploadmetadata] – The "Use Subject.Name from NameId for identity bearing […]

Identify data migration

Introduction In this case study, we will look at how you can export data like users, user passwords, connections, claims, and organizations etc. from an existing tenant and import it to a tenant of the latest version. Preparation Your source […]

Safewhere Identify 5.7 Release Notes

Safewhere Identify 5.7 Release Notes This document summarizes all new features and bug fixes for version 5.7 as well as breaking changes when being upgraded from previous versions. New features and improvements Identify Configurator Identify Configurator CLI In version 5.7, […]

Schema-cli

Configuration JSON schema The Create command receives a full configuration JSON template template as an input parameter. All the other commands may work with just the configuratorInformation section. For all the upcoming sections, settings that are used by an action […]

Upgrade action reference

ICC –action Upgrade reference Name Upgrade an existing instance:

The –help parameter can show more information about the command:

Synopsis

Options -n|–name "<INSTANCE_NAME…>" – Specifies the name of an existing instance that you want to upgrade […]

Replicate action reference

ICC –action Replicate reference Name Replicate an existing instance to another server:

The –help parameter can show more information about the command:

Synopsis

Options -n|–name "<INSTANCE_NAME>" – Specifies the name of an existing instance that you […]