Topicus KeyHub 15.2
We are pleased to announce Topicus KeyHub 15.2. This is a smaller release that brings some user interface enhancements, better integration with OIDC providers and some overall security improvements. As usual, a number of smaller improvements have been made and several issues have been fixed.
Searching vault records on the dashboard
TKH-1322 When searching for vault records on your dashboard, records that have a name starting with your query are displayed first. Next, records containing your search query in the name are displayed, followed by all other records that match in other parts (like the username, URL or filename). In addition, the name of the vault is now also shown.
For OIDC directories, you can now specify
acr_values. When your OIDC provider supports this attribute, this will force the OIDC provider to perform a certain level of authentication, such as two factor. Topicus KeyHub will assert that the returned
acr claim in the
id_token contains one of the specified values.
The following smaller improvements and bug fixes were made:
TKH-1262The auditor dashboard now shows a marker for groups that are more than one month overdue for their periodic audit.
TKH-1319The virtual appliance now has better handling of DNS updates via DHCP.
TKH-1324The experimental native CLI is now compiled with the latest version of GraalVM and no longer needs a JRE installed.
TKH-1325The installer is now more reliable when transferring the browser to the new URL.
TKH-1326The size of the artifacts has been reduced greatly. For example, the netinstall ova went from 1378 MB to 1011 MB, a reduction of almost 27%.
TKH-1328The statistics page has been renamed to about.
TKH-1331It is now possible to configure the sender address for e-mail sent by Topicus KeyHub.
TKH-1332Some textual changes were made to the My groups page.
TKH-1336The configuration of the internal Postfix daemon has been improved dramatically, supporting SASL authentication and allowing custom parameters.
TKH-1341A bug was fixed where a user could get a permission denied when request technical administration on a group.