Passly 7.4.7- Release Notes

Date Oct. 26th, 2023

This release includes adjustments and defect fixes.

Security Adjustments

  • Infrastructure SecurityPlease note that, as a result of recent security enhancements in Passly, there may be some issues with certain authentication or endpoint access requests sent to Passly.

    If you encounter any such situations, please contact our customer support for further assistance and troubleshooting via

  • Infrastructure Security – Passly has rolled out several fixes to help further secure our infrastructure from several potential issues before they could be exploited.

  • Blocked a possible cross-site scripting defect.

  • Legacy Migration - Migrated the legacy AuthAnvil UI from Polymer to ReactJS.
    Note: AuthAnvil On-Demand was rebranded Passly.
    Both AuthAnvil products are going to be End of Life on Dec. 31st, 2023.
    See this KB for more information. 
    Passly has replaced AuthAnvil as the Kaseya IAM (Identity & Access Management) solution.

  • Java Web Components - Removed or replaced out of date Java web components.


Defect fixes

  • SSO Manager – BMS/Vorex SAML App. The app did not allow for a proper SAML connection. Users were seeing a page redirect that led to an unhelpful error. This issue is resolved and all deployed BMS/Vorex SAML apps should be working.

  • SSO Manager – 365 SAML App. Some tenants were seeing an issue when attempting to generate a new SAML certificate. When “Generate new Certificate” was selected the window would not close after selecting the “x” in the top corner. This issue is now resolved, and all tenants should be able to generate a new certificate when needed and close the window without issues.

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