New features and improvements in PingID integration for Windows login.
NFC reader support
Windows login support of Windows locale settings
OAEP Padding as default
OAEP padding is now used as the default padding scheme with RSA encryption for offline authentication.
If you do not want to use OAEP padding for offline authentication, use the
rsa_padding option when running the CLI installation.
For information, see Installing the PingID integration for Windows login using CLI.
Support for Windows 32-bit
PingID Integration for Window login no longer supports Windows 32-bit Windows platforms.
Fixed an issue with Winlogon when FIPS-compliant algorithms enforced
We’ve fixed an issue that was causing Winlogon to hang when requesting that users enter a PIN code. This issue affected for users for which FIPS compliant algorithms were enforced on their Windows machine.