Nexus is proud to announce the availability of Nexus Personal Desktop 4.29.7. This release consists of new features and bug fixes.
This article includes updates for 4.29.6.
Detailed feature list
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Support for YubiKey 4
YubiKey 4 is now supported by Personal Desktop.
PKCS#11 supports OAEP for CardOS 5.3 cards
OAEP scheme is now supported with CardOS 5.3 cards.
Plugout scripting window title can be set remotely
It is now possible to set Plugout scripting window title from remote server.
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Report key usage more accurate
Reported key usage now matches reality better.
Report PKCS#11-supported mechanisms correctly for cards
Personal PKCS#11 implementation returned more mechanisms for some cards than they actually support. This has been fixed.
Report PKCS#11-mechanism flags correctly
Reported PKCS#11-mechanism flags are now more accurate, especially for PSS.
Plugout do not display expired certificates any more
Plugout doesn't offer expired certificates any more. To change this, set the Plugout.ShowExpiredCerts option to 1.
Switch curl to darwinssl backend on macOS
Plugout on macOS was not able to perform TLS handshake in some cases because of old libressl backend that was used. This is no longer an issue.
Keep Plugout open when script ends
Plugout now stays open indefinitely until the user closes the scripting window.
Clear cache when script finishes
Personal card cache is now cleared when Plugout script finishes to refresh card content.
Unify buttons placement in Plugout
Plugout scripting window buttons order now matches the rest of the system.
Improve UI for long-running scripts
Long-running scripts now display gauge to improve user experience.
Don't hang on registry access errors
Personal now doesn't hang if it can't access configuration registry keys.
Importing .p12 files with double-click works
It is possible to import .p12 files with double-click on Windows again.
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