Do you wish you could run reports on your JSCAPE MFT Server based on specific search results that were previously created on the Logging module? This capability can be particularly useful during audits or investigations, when you would like to get finer levels of reporting regarding your file transfers.
Managed File Transfer and Network Solutions
JSCAPE is pleased to announce the release of JSCAPE MFT Server 8.3. This release contains several improvements, the most notable being the addition of streaming compression support in it's AFTP (Accelerated File Transfer Protocol) service. Utilizing streaming compression users can achieve file transfers up to 800% faster than before.
Several security enhancements were also added to the latest release to help protect against common attack vectors and pass security compliance requirements. All users are encouraged to upgrade to the latest version of JSCAPE MFT Server.
JSCAPE is pleased to announce the release of JSCAPE MFT Gateway 1.5. This release includes several enhancements, the most important of which is the ability to define URL rewrite rules when setting up a reverse proxies for HTTP/S protocols.
In this article we will discuss the creation of some security conscience notifications. We will be using Triggers to respond via email when certain events take place that an administrator may wish to know about immediately. This can be useful when you have a complex configuration on your JSCAPE MFT Server that includes many Users, Groups and Triggers.
In this article we will discuss how to use the Trigger Error Event Type to capture errors and respond to them. In the example we are going to walk through we will be using the Trigger Error Event Type to capture the error from a failed action of another Trigger and send an email to the administrator.
Secure file transfers typically employ public key cryptography. This cryptographic system involves the use of two different keys: a public key and a private key. In JSCAPE MFT Server, such keys can be easily generated, imported, and exported in the Key Manager. But some first-time users find it hard to even start using the Key Manager. One reason for that is because they fail to see the difference between server keys and client keys.
This is a continuation of Part 1. To preserve confidentiality in secure file transfers, public keys are given to end users while the private key is kept inside the managed file transfer server.
There are a number of areas in JSCAPE MFT Server where regular expressions can be employed. The regular expressions in the DLP (Data Loss Prevention) module, for instance, play a crucial role in finding sensitive credit card numbers among data stored in your managed file transfer server. This will allow you to automate the tedious task of finding and protecting (e.g. by encryption) these sensitive data and help you comply with PCI DSS requirements.
JSCAPE is pleased to announce the release of JSCAPE MFT Monitor 2.1. This release contains several minor enhancements to the user interface designed to improve the user experience.
Let's now see those groups we talked about in Part 1 in action. You might want to review the Group memberships found in the later part of Part 1 and see which user(s) belong to which group.