IBM Lotus Notes add-in to get passwords from KeePass.
Requires KeePassHttp. Implemented using KeePassHttpClient.
- Download NotesIPass.dll
- Put NotesIPass.dll to IBM Lotus Notes installation folder, usually
C:\Program Files\IBM\Lotus\Notes\ or
C:\Program Files (x86)\IBM\Lotus\Notes\
- Add the following line to [Notes] section of your notes.ini
- Install KeePassHttp according instructions.
Request password screen
To enable HTTPS on your website, you need to get a certificate (a type of file) from a public Certificate Authority (CA). Let’s Encrypt is such a CA, which offers free trusted certificates.
Add this entries to enable qos service of ibm domino servers
Article Purpose: This article provides step-by-step instructions for signing and encrypting email messages in Lotus Notes 8.5 using a PersonalSign certificate. If this is not the solution you are looking for, please search for your solution in the search bar above.
via Sign and Encrypt Lotus Notes 8.5 Email -….
Refer to the following pieces on the Notes and Domino wiki: Cookbook: Setting up new Relying Party Trust for AD FS 2.0 Cookbook: Setting up ADFS for integrated Windows authentication (IWA) Cookbook: Setting up a new Federation on TFIM 2.0 Cookbook: Setting up a new federation on TFIM 1.1 Cookbook: Setting up a new partner on TFIM Setting up the SAML identity provider and federation (in iNotes administration) Encrypting SAML assertions Use Notes client accounts with federated login for access to externally-based services within the Notes client Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) Notes Federated Login
via IBM Supplementary information on Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) configuration combinations of IBM Domino and other products – United States.
As reported before the IF that introduced TLS 1.0 is vulnerable to the new PODDLE issue.
DISABLE_SSLV3=1 will disable SSL V3 completely. But as mentioned before you should be completely sure if you want to completely disable SSL V3.
Security Bulletin: TLS Padding Vulnerability affects IBM Domino (CVE-2014-8730)
via Daniel Nashed’s Blog.
Previous to Traveler 22.214.171.124 Traveler would not encrypt mail when the SentTo name picked on an iOS device was an internet e-mail address (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org).
In 126.96.36.199, IBM changed the behavior so that the router would change the e-mail address into a Notes Name. However, the name does NOT resolve back to an Internet Address if the mail system is Other Internet Mail (5) and is forwarded off. Depending on if there is a Domain document and a connection, the router instead says that it cannot find a route to the domain (if not one) or that the user is not in the Address Book (if there is one).
via Traveler 188.8.131.52 Secondary Directory No Route / Not in Address Book Issue – Mindwatering Incorporated.