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SR-D23239 · Issue 499591

Support added for multi-operator SAML logins

Resolved in Pega Version 8.4

When a SAML user logged in by Single Sign-On (SAML), the system processed the login to portal as a different operator if there was a function on the Attribute field under Operator identification in the SAML authentication service. In this scenario, using an expression for operator provisioning did not work because all SAML login sessions resolved to same first operator due to parseAndEvaluateExpression() in ExpressionHelper.java ignoring new expression arguments if the expression page already existed. To support the use of multiple operator logins in this format, the system has been updated to clone a new expression page for every session and update it with the correct expression arguments.

SR-D31734 · Issue 515657

XSS protection added for parameter page properties

Resolved in Pega Version 8.4

An XSS vulnerability was seen with the Edge browser when run on visibility on client check was enabled with dynamic layouts and some properties were accessed from parameter page. Because run on visibility on client check is not required in this scenario, is has been removed and the values will be accessed from the server instead.

SR-D47685 · Issue 514647

Cookie logging restored

Resolved in Pega Version 8.4

As part of security updates, Cookies were restricted from being logged. However, this caused some business use cases such as a custom function call to obtain the list of cookies that are present in the application to stop working. To resolve this, the cookie logging restriction has been reverted.

INC-175706 · Issue 659527

SSLContext created using protocol from REST connector rule form

Resolved in Pega Version 8.4.6

After upgrading to IBM websphere v9.0.5.6 or higher, API calls Like REST, Connect-HTTP etc were failing to connect to endpoints using TLSv1.2. Investigation showed that although the connector was configured to send TLSv1.2, the ClientHello handshake was triggered for TLSv1.3. Because the SSLContext was created with highest version supported by protocol in the WAS container, this has been resolved by modifying the code to create SSLContext based on the the protocol selected in the REST connector rule form. Additionally, please note that the Connect-HTTP connector has been deprecated and the Connect-REST capabilities in the platform should be used instead.

INC-179360 · Issue 662178

Check added for allowed editing with CSRF

Resolved in Pega Version 8.4.6

After enabling CSRF, it was not possible to edit a data table used to define ACL rules due to security preventing the adding/editing of rows and user group entitlements. This has been resolved by using browser FingerPrint validation to check whether an activity is in a secured list and skipping validation for allowed activities.

INC-180275 · Issue 666457

Collaboration control hidden if data type is delegated

Resolved in Pega Version 8.4.6

When collaborating using a customized CaseManager portal with some delegated data types, the admin user refreshing the Data Type view changed the collaborator's view from the portal to show the Data Type tabs, allowing the second person to open rules (properties, Data Pages, etc) and see the configuration even though they could not make any changes. This has been resolved by updating pzDataTypeDelegated to display the collaboration control only if pzDelegation is false.

INC-180594 · Issue 670956

Filtering added for DisableDormantOperators

Resolved in Pega Version 8.4.6

When running the Disable Dormant Operators agent, many operators were seen which were dormant but not disabled. Investigation showed the activity was fetching all of the operators without filtering the deactivation state. This has been resolved by adding a filter condition in pzDisableDormantOperators to fetch only deactivate state users.

INC-180858 · Issue 660798

SSLContext created using protocol from REST connector rule form

Resolved in Pega Version 8.4.6

After upgrading to IBM websphere v9.0.5.6 or higher, API calls Like REST, Connect-HTTP etc were failing to connect to endpoints using TLSv1.2. Investigation showed that although the connector was configured to send TLSv1.2, the ClientHello handshake was triggered for TLSv1.3. Because the SSLContext was created with highest version supported by protocol in the WAS container, this has been resolved by modifying the code to create SSLContext based on the the protocol selected in the REST connector rule form. Additionally, please note that the Connect-HTTP connector has been deprecated and the Connect-REST capabilities in the platform should be used instead.

INC-181812 · Issue 667198

SSLContext created using protocol from REST connector rule form

Resolved in Pega Version 8.4.6

After upgrading to IBM websphere v9.0.5.6 or higher, API calls Like REST, Connect-HTTP etc were failing to connect to endpoints using TLSv1.2. Investigation showed that although the connector was configured to send TLSv1.2, the ClientHello handshake was triggered for TLSv1.3. Because the SSLContext was created with highest version supported by protocol in the WAS container, this has been resolved by modifying the code to create SSLContext based on the the protocol selected in the REST connector rule form. Additionally, please note that the Connect-HTTP connector has been deprecated and the Connect-REST capabilities in the platform should be used instead.

INC-185362 · Issue 668827

Keystore update properly revises the cache

Resolved in Pega Version 8.4.6

A keystore updated with the latest certificate was not getting reflected in the runtime and the old certificate was getting picked. In a multi-node environment when the new JKS is uploaded in one node, the changes are expected to be communicated to other nodes so that the cache can be cleaned up. In this case, investigation showed that the keystore label was in uppercase and the cache entry was not correctly removed. This has been resolved by adding an update that will convert the cache key to lowercase and maintain uniformity to ensure proper cleanup.

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