Updating the Client Secret for Microsoft Azure integrations
For Microsoft Azure integrations, the Client Secret field in the BullPhish ID Directory Settings modal is now editable.
When you create a new Client Secret in Microsoft Azure, you can copy and paste it into the Client Secret field of your existing Azure directory sync.
After updating the Client Secret in the Directory Settings, there is no need to worry about existing synced groups getting delinked. The system has been enhanced to ensure that these groups will continue to sync effortlessly with the directory.
Expanded selection limit for IT Glue Sync Settings
Previously, users were restricted to selecting a maximum of 100 IT Glue statuses, organization types, and contact types for synchronization. With this improvement, we have increased the selection limit to 200 for each type. This enhancement provides users with greater flexibility and the ability to synchronize a broader range of data, streamlining the integration process between BullPhish ID and IT Glue.
IT Glue integration throttling behavior
The IT Glue API limits the total number of API requests it receives from each client within a specific timeframe. These limits exist to prevent the API and the client account from being overwhelmed by too many requests.
When an API limit is reached, the API sends an error code to the client indicating the request can't be handled. Instead of resending the request immediately, which could further compound the issue, there is now a delay of a few seconds before BullPhish ID resends the request. This will help alleviate the throttling issue, resulting in better IT Glue integration performance.
Improved tracking for attachments in phishing emails
In this release, we have implemented an improvement to the tracking of attachment clicks in phishing emails. When targets interact with the attachment links included in a phishing campaign email, these clicks are now accurately recorded under the Clicked Link statistic for the campaign.
Also, the Status column of the target's record in the Email Log indicates Clicked Link. The Event record displays more information about the Attachment Clicked event.
New Training course
A New training course "The Basics of Multi-factor Authentication" in English is now available in the Training portal. This course is an addition to our credential security series.
- The Basics of Multi-factor Authentication: In this course, Multi-Factor Authentication is examined and the benefits of implementing it are described.