LAGO 5.20 Release

By |Published On: November 16th, 2022|2.5 min read|

Dear customers,

The holiday season is upon us and as 2022 comes to an end, we are releasing LAGO version 5.20, our last release for this year. In this version, we have focused on two areas in particular: further improvements in LAGO Whiteboard and the implementation of a new password policy.

Cloud systems are gaining importance worldwide and the benefits of outsourcing data centers are clear. Reduction of IT costs, vertical and horizontal “on demand” scalability, higher IT availability, etc. are all great reasons to rely on cloud solutions like AWS or Microsoft Azure.

However, this also requires a very high level of security awareness on the part of software producers and system provider. In order to meet these security concerns, Comosoft utilizes SSO and Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) for an added layer of protection. With LAGO 5.20, we have added a new password policy, with the following criteria:

  • Minimum 8 characters long
  • Maximum 19 characters long
  • At least one number
  • At least one capital letter
  • At least 1 special character
  • The password must not be the same as the username and must not contain it

This new password policy is set as default and can only be disabled in the central configuration upon explicit request. For particularly critical areas such as access to the database, an even stricter policy applies that cannot be disabled.

For more information on other interesting improvements in this LAGO 5.20, check out the release notes. If you have any questions about new features in this version, don’t hesitate to contact us, or you can wait for the upcoming webinar planned for mid-January.

We wish you happy holidays and a happy new year!

Peter Jozefiak
Managing Director

  • New password policy in LAGO
    As of LAGO 5.20, a strengthened password policy is active by default. The policy requires the following for all passwords:
    • Minimum 8 characters long
    • Maximum 19 characters long
    • At least one number
    • At least one uppercase letter
    • At least 1 special character
    • The password must not be the same as the username and must not contain the username
      If a user has set a password that does not comply with the policy, they will be prompted to set a new password that complies with the policy the next time they log in.
      The password policy can be explicitly disabled in the central configuration if desired.
  • Automatic matching of adjacent raster fields in LAGO Whiteboard
    When scaling raster fields in LAGO Whiteboard, it is now possible to scale directly adjacent raster fields as well. For this purpose, two new editing modes have been created, which can be activated via a button. In the first mode, only directly adjacent raster fields are scaled when scaling. In the second mode, all raster fields located on the scaling axis are scaled.
  • Highlighting and relinking of resolved placeholders
    In LAGO Layout, placeholders can henceforth not only be completely resolved and converted into normal text, but also be converted into normal text, which can then also be re-linked to the original placeholder. If a placeholder is resolved in this way, these special texts can be highlighted in the document, as well as in correction documents, certificates and PDF exports.

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