.NET Integration Kit 2.5.4 – March 2020
- Added support for the SameSite cookie flag in web browsers.
.NET Integration Kit 2.5.3 – September 2019
- Updated the included OpenToken Adapter to version 2.5.8.
- Updated the included OpenToken Agent to version 2.5.3.
- Improved the way token timestamps are handled.
.NET Integration Kit 2.5.2 – January 2016
- Updated sample application data archive.
- Updated OpenToken Adapter to version 2.5.7.
.NET Integration Kit 2.5.1 – December 2012
- Updated to address security issue found since the previous release
- Added support for OpenToken 2.5.1 Adapter and the OpenToken 2.5.1 Agent
.NET Integration Kit 2.5 – June 2012
- Added support for the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0
- Added support for 64-bit CPUs
- Removed support of the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0
.NET Integration Kit 2.4 – March 2010
- Added token Replay Prevention to the OpenToken IdP Adapter Advanced Settings
.NET Integration Kit 2.3 – November 2008
- Added POST Transport Method for OpenToken when used by a Service Provider
- Added configuration to specify session cookie vs. persistent cookie
- Added option to set the “
Secure” attribute on an OpenToken when cookie is used
- Added ability to bypass password obfuscation and strength enforcement for backward compatibility with previous .NET OpenToken agents
- Correctly handles
nullparameters for SOAP SLO
- Empty query string (
?) is not automatically appended to the URL when redirecting to TargetResource
- TargetResource URL is URL encoded
not-before tolerance processing
.NET Integration Kit 2.2 – June 2008
- Added support for SAML 2.0
- Enforced UTF-8 encoding within OpenToken
- Symmetric key in the OpenToken agent configuration file is encrypted
- Combined the OpenToken adapter and OpenToken Java library jar files into a single adapter file for easier deployment to PingFederate
.NET Integration Kit 2.1 – April 2008
AgentConfigurationclass to simplify Agent instantiation
- Added Agent Toolkit API HTML Help file
.NET Integration Kit 2.0 – December 2007
Modified to use an open-standard, secure token called OpenToken to pass user information between an application and PingFederate. The OpenToken is passed through the user’s browser as a URL query parameter or an HTTP cookie. The data within the OpenToken is a set of key/value pairs, and the data is encrypted using common encryption algorithms.
.NET Integration Kit 1.2.1 – August 2007
- Fixed buffer overflow issue in OpenToken Agent to allow dynamic buffer size for reading
- OpenToken Agent
extractFromRequestmethod corrected to only delete cookie if the
PFTOKENtransport is cookie
- OpenToken Agent no longer writes messages to the Windows Event Log
- Modified to allow backward compatibility of the Standard Adapter 1.2.1 with PingFederate 4.0
- Bundled .NET sample application with distribution
.NET Integration Kit 1.2 – May 2007
- Added an option to encode
PFTOKENfor handling special characters
- Added an additional constructor to allow
PFTOKENto use default properties for all configuration options except password, holder name, and max age
PFTOKENtime stamp information in the log file