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Designate a default signing key and encryption key
In the PingOne admin console, you can now designate a key as the default. When you add new applications to PingOne, they will use this key by default. This feature can help you keep your applications secure by keeping keys current. For more information, see Certificates and key pairs.
Notification policies - limiting email notifications
Integrity checking - use of Play Integrity API
Implement forms in DaVinci with PingOne Forms
Added customization for language support
You can now customize the text that appears on the sign-on screen, self-service portal, application portal, and in messages and forms. For example, change “Sign On” to “Login.”
You can also download or upload language bundles that contain the text strings in CSV file format. You can compare translations between languages, and edit the translations if necessary. For more information, see Languages.
RADIUS Gateway enhancements
- The RADIUS Gateway supports the MS-CHAPv2 protocol
- The RADIUS Gateway can be used in no-challenge mode.
- The RADIUS Gateway now supports on-the-fly registration.
RADIUS Gateway connector
Outbound provisioning to an external directory through a PingOne LDAP Gateway
PingOne now supports provisioning to an external user directory through an LDAP Gateway. You can use this feature to provision users from PingOne to an on-premise user directory, such as PingDirectory or Microsoft Active Directory. For more information, see Creating an LDAP gateway provisioning connection.
Limit countries to which SMS/voice notifications can be sent
You now have the ability to limit the countries to which you can send SMS and voice notifications. You can include a list of countries you want to allow, or a list of countries you want to deny as part of your notification policy.