CA Advanced Authentication - 9.1

Release Notes 9.1
This page lists the release notes for the  release. The section incorporates the new features and enhancements, documentation changes, known issues, fixed issues, and support matrix for . 
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Getting Started
 provides a secure, user-convenient, and cost-effective way to protect mobile and web applications. The solution allows your organizations to silently and transparently collect data and assess risk based on device identification, geolocation and user behavior, among other factors.  also provides a wide variety of software-based, two-factor authentication credentials to make logins more secure. Combining risk assessment and multi-factor credentials enable an intelligent, layered security approach to prevent inappropriate access and online identity fraud with the best-in-class user experience. 
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Installing
Includes steps to acquire, install, deploy and configure your product.
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Upgrading
Upgrade product to the current version.
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Administrating
Information for customizing and maintaining this product.
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Building
This section provides various information on various developer tools, SDKs, APIs, and more to help you build your custom applications. 
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Client Guides
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Performance Tuning
This document outlines the CA Advanced Authentication performance tuning steps and requirements. 
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Proactive Notification Advisory
The purpose of this Advisory is to inform you of a potential problem that has been identified with Sequence ID's for CA Advanced Authentication. 
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Troubleshooting
Contains troubleshooting information
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Client Release Notes
To secure online transactions from Man-in-the-Middle (MITM) and other attacks, CA Strong Authentication provides client applications that are based on CA Auth ID and CA Mobile OTP credentials. These software credentials provide two-factor authentication and are based on the patented Cryptographic Camouflage technique for securely storing keys. You can develop your own client application by using the Software Development Kit (SDK) related documentation for the specific SDK.
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Clients Reference Material
Information related to the following credentials is covered in this section:
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Additional Resources
Includes educational resources, product references and support information.
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Third-Party Software Acknowledgments
Third-party software was used in . All third-party software has been used in accordance with the terms and conditions for use, reproduction, and distribution as defined by the applicable license agreements.
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End User License Agreement (EULA)
End User License Agreement (EULA)
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