A secure way for Access Manager, CloudAccess and SecureLogin users to automate web and app logins for a single sign-on experience.
Your Access Manager, CloudAccess or SecureLogin administrator can configure single sign-on connectors for websites and applications. This extension allows you to securely save login credentials for those sites on the secure server, and will automatically login to those sites on your behalf on subsequent visits.
You can browse a list of some of the single sign-on connectors that your Access Manager, CloudAccess or SecureLogin administrator is able to configure by visiting http://catalog.netiq.com.
To be more compatible with more login forms, the extension no longer automatically submits the form after filling it in. Rather, if you have previously saved credentials for a site, the extension will fill them in and let you press Enter or click the Login button to complete the login.
On configured login sites, the extension previously would wait for you to login yourself, and then show a prompt asking if you want to save the credentials to the secure server. To be more compatible with more login forms, the new behavior is that on configured sites, if you have not previously saved credentials, the extension will show you its own dialog prompting you to enter and save credentials for that site. If you choose to save credentials with that dialog, it will save them to the secure server and then fill them in automatically into that site's login form.
Previously, we released versions of this extension for both Chrome and Firefox that share the same code base, so that functionality and user experience will be very similar between those two browsers. With this version we have added Microsoft Edge to that list. Please note that this version (3.1.0) is the first time the extension will be made available on all three browsers, so if you look for the extension for Microsoft Edge, it may not be available for a time after it is available for Chrome and Firefox, depending on Microsoft's extension review procedures.
General bug fixes and improvements:
* Improved page load times and extension compatibility by moving some code execution from the page script context to the content script context.
* Console output has been cleaned up and improved.
* Work more consistently with login pages that have iframes.
* All necessary API calls (to save and retrieve credentials from the secure server) are now made asynchronously.
Bug fixes and improvements specific to SecureLogin customers:
* Improved handling of mutation events.
* Single sign-on now works more consistently.