SAML is a protocol that is taking off more and more allowing authentication of users without passwords over public Networks.
XenMobile has a secure web browser called WorxWeb that allows you to browse web pages on the internet and on your private intranet, but how to selectively redirect this web traffic to a proxy server?
NetScaler can process traffic in several ways, for example Layer 2 mode, Layer 3 mode and as a full (reverse) proxy, and before you go and implement there are several considerations you need to take on how you would like to get the traffic processed, some of them include: Does the NetScaler need to be transparent in my networks?
1-oct-2014 – Updated with new Responder Policy to block ShellShock based on traffic pattern 28-oct-2014 – Updated with new NetScaler version with Bash Fix This week it happened again, after HeartBleed a couple of months ago another major security hole popped-up; ShellShock or CVE-2014-6271.
With the introduction of NetScaler 10.5 most of the java is gone, But some bits and pieces remain Java for a bit longer, including the update window and this blog will show you how to update you NetScaler by only using Putty PSCP.
Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) is standard that holds a protocol and is used, amongst other things, for retrieving images from medical imaging equipment.
In this how-to we will explain how to setup the NetScaler as a SAML Identity Provider (IdP) for SAML 2.0 so we can generate tokens / assertions to be consumed by a SAML Service Providers (SP).