XperienCentral Release 10.9
Https support for the Edit environment
Beginning with XperienCentral version 10.9, it is now much easier to enable HTTPS, the protocol that secures user details, for the Edit environment. Using HTTPS, it is virtually impossible to intercept any information about a user that are sent across this secure channel. Thanks to the improved HTTPS support, it is now much safer to work with XperienCentral from home or another location.
Stricter control over password strength
Beginning with version 10.9, XperienCentral enforces stricter control over the length and complexity of user passwords. When you log in for the first time or change your password in My Settings, XperienCentral gives you instant feedback about the strength of the password that is entered. This mechanism increases the protection of the XperienCentral environment.
Maven 3 compatibility for developers
XperienCentral version 10.9 now supports Maven 3. This has an effect on the development of plugins. You can find more information about Maven 3 support on our client portal.
• Curious about the other additions/improvements in version 10.9? Have a look at the Release Notes on our client portal.
• The next release of XperienCentral will be available in October.
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