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Sentinel Cloud v3.0

Feature Highlights/Enhancements: • Introduction of Sentinel Cloud Web Services Sentinel Cloud Web services offer a framework to integrate licensing and monetization abilities of Sentinel Cloud directly in an application. Any platform or language that supports HTTP call with SSL server authentication can integrate Sentinel Cloud Web Services. • Tamper detection…

 

Communication issues with YPS in Sentinel Cloud

Issue: — YPS Communication Failure:  A communication error occurs, such as data post error or SSL certificate problem. Causes In case of YPS communication failure issues we can use curl.exe to check if the YPS address is reachable or not. Note: Simply using ping against the YPS address doesn’t work.…

 

Sentinel Cloud v3.1

Feature Highlights/Enhancements: 1. Public CA and Message Signing Support Sentinel Cloud Run-time now utilizes HMAC-SHA1 based message signing, instead of earlier certificate based security. Also the Sentinel Cloud Connect servers now use certificates signed by well-known Public Certificate Authority, instead of SafeNet signed certificates. Therefore now you will receive the…

 

Sentinel Cloud OnPremise License Management

Question: Can we install OnPremise licenses from different vendors on the same machine? Answer: Yes, OnPremise licenses from two (or more) different vendors can be kept or installed on the same machine however, haspdinst.exe from each vendor needs to be installed on the machine. All the licenses from different vendors…

 

Insight of Sentinel Cloud OnPremise License Management

Directory structure after installing haspdinst.exe: 1) C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\SafeNet Sentinel\Sentinel LDK\installed\– It contains the v2c file-v2c file stores the license that is used in OnPremise(disconnected) mode 2) C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Aladdin Shared\HASP A. haspvlib_.dll >: This is vendor specific library which is responsible for sending vendor specific details &…

 

Sentinel Cloud v3.3 release

Feature Highlights: Entitlement Level Detach: ISV applications now have the ability to detach the entire entitlement using the same flow as was introduced in 3.2 to detach features. Linux RunTime: In 3.3 we have introduced linux on-premise RunTime (Qualified on RHEL 6.2 version). Java and .Net RunTimes: Java and .Net…

 

Sentinel Cloud v3.4 release

Feature Highlights: On-premise deployment support on Linux – This expands our platform support and help us reach the expanded base of ISVs. Authorization based on feature names for on-premise deployments. Enhancements in Getinfo API for on-premise modes to pull information from the cloud. Capacity notifications for reaching and crossing capacity…