SecurEnvoy SecurAccess v5.x.xxx, v6.x.xxx, v7.x.xxx, v8.x.xxx
SecurEnvoy is continually evolving our products and service offerings to ensure we live up to the security standards you have come to expect from us. To achieve these standards, our team is not able to continuously support older, outdated versions of our software products from time to time. In order to continue future enhancements, today we are announcing the end-of-support dates for SecurAccess versions prior to version 9.x.xxx.
You can download the full notice here which includes information on the dates, migration opportunities and support.
This policy outlines how we handle support for software products that we have discontinued and if you have questions or would like more information, email us at email@example.com or call your regional SecurEnvoy office.
Developer Guides are available to ensure implementation, use and management of our technologies is as convenient as possible.
We offer a variety of guides as well as release notes and version information to keep our clients up to date and aware of all changes, updates and features.
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Version 9.4 is now available for download, now including support for TOTP Hardware Tokens and including multiple fixes. A full list of changes are available in the following Release Notes.
Supported OS – Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2019 or Windows Server 2022. IIS must be Installed with the default website.
SMS Gateway – This trial license allows for a number of free SMS messages via AQL and CM. To use this, the security server requires a connection to the internet via https (non-authenticating proxies are supported).
Service Account – For direct LDAP user integration, an admin account with read all and write access to the TelexNumber attributes in Active Directory or other supported LDAP server (for Active Directory, any account in the domain admin group or a user account with write access to primaryTelexNumber and TelexNumber see Server Installation Guide section 6.2 for more information. Alternatively if no external LDAP integration is required select LDAP type “SecurEnvoy managed Users”.
Back in the early days of authentication, organisations were reliant on hardware tokens to generate a secure passcode. But that solution was clumsy and prone to unforeseen expenses – with tokens frequently lost, broken or expiring.