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Page last updated on December 4, 2017

The following is a list of recent changes and improvements made to i2Pass. Most changes are made as the direct result of a customer request. If you have changes you would like to see made to i2Pass, send E-mail to us by clicking here Support@Kisco.com and we'll add your change to our list of possible implementations.

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i2Pass Recent Changes Log

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i2Pass Updates:

Release 1:

Optional requirement for user password entered concurrent with 2FA code.

Some customers have a requirement that the user's password be authenticated concurrently with the 2FA code. i2Pass now has an option that supports this requirement for 5250 logon processing.

This update is available as a PTF. This PTF can only be installed on a Release 1.06 version of i2Pass. The correction is available in PTF package IEPTF107. E-mail us and request the PTF package.


Optional maximum signon controls added.

Optional maximum signon controls have been added to the 2FA validation process. These mirror the system values QMAXSIGN and QMAXSGNACN and let you suspend a user profile and/or a signon device when a given number of validations have failed even though a valid user profile/password combination was used.

This update is available as a PTF. This PTF can only be installed on a Release 1.05 version of i2Pass. The correction is available in PTF package IEPTF106. E-mail us and request the PTF package.


Option to only ask for 2FA validation once per day from a given 5250 terminal.

When initially installed, i2Pass will always require a 2FA code when performing a 5250 terminal signon. With this new option, you can configure i2Pass to only require it the first time a user signs on from a given 5250 terminal device. After that, the 2FA code is no longer required for the rest of the day. This feature can be implemented globally or on a user by user basis.

This update is available as a PTF. This PTF can only be installed on a Release 1.04 version of i2Pass. The correction is available in PTF package IEPTF105. E-mail us and request the PTF package.


Second factor authentication code formatting options.

As initially released, i2Pass showed the second factor authentication code to the user as a 9 digit number. At the request of a current customer, we have added some options to the way this is presented so that it can optionally be shown and three 3 digit number separated by a separation character selected by the customer. This improves readability for the customer, especially from a text message.

This update is available as a PTF. This PTF can only be installed on a Release 1.03 version of i2Pass. The correction is available in PTF package IEPTF104. E-mail us and request the PTF package.


Email address stacking added.

Based on a customer request, we have now updated i2Pass to allow for stacking up to three email addresses to be used for code notification purposes. This will allow for the code to be sent to both a users email account and by text to their cell phone. This provides for backup delivery of the code. The code can still only be used once.

This update is available as a PTF. This PTF can only be installed on a Release 1.01 or 1.02 version of i2Pass. The correction is available in PTF package IEPTF103. E-mail us and request the PTF package.



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