ServiceRocket Security and Encryption

(5) 1275 downloads ServiceRocket Admin toolsAvailable for Confluence 5.3 - 5.4.4 Vendor supported
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Store and manage secured content in Confluence

Global Encryption Keys

Encrypted Information

Permission Protected Information

Global Encryption Keys where you can add globally available keys.

Encrypted Information, Encryption Keys and Permission Protected Information wherein the user is defaulted on the first one which is Encrypted Information. On this page we can add information that we want to encrypt.

On this page we can add information that we want to protect using Confluence Users and Groups.

Pricing overview

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User reviews

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by Yaron Strauch on 22 Dec 2013
Developers show that they have no security knowledgement. The private key and the corresponding password are transferred to the server in plain text. Anyone sniffing is able to get your private key. The server then sends the plain text to the browser. Why is the decryption not on the client side? This is just pseudo safety for too much money.
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Vendor response

Hello Yaron, thanks for your suggestion. If your Confluence is configured with SSL, the content will not be transferred as plain text (just like your login/password). Nevertheless, what you just suggested was recently discussed among the developers, and we will be replacing that feature with a JS-based PGP tool. If you have more suggestions on how this product can be improved, please write to us here: http://support.servicerocket.com/
by WDG Services on 18 Dec 2013
On implementing this plugin we found that with a few workarounds it solved a few critical problems for us, and while the plugin is technically not compatible with Confluence 5.3, we were able to use it with 5.3 simply by uploading it manually. However with Confluence 5.4 this is doesn't work. When will this valuable plugin get compatibility with latest Confluence versions? Thanks.
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Vendor response

We are working on it in this Sprint. Hopefully we can get something out soon. You can follow the updates at: http://community.servicerocket.com/servicerocket/topics/status_of_development_for_confluence_5_3_and_5_4_compatibility and http://community.servicerocket.com/servicerocket/topics/confluence_v5_3_x_plugins_compatibility
by Todd Gibson on 27 Nov 2013
Great idea and pretty good implementation, however it would be an order of magnitude more useful if "The Safe" was not a single safe attached to a Space in Confluence, but rather have it be per page. A user would often have different categories of unrelated passwords & private keys and it seems the most logical grouping would be per page within a space called "The Safe", etc. Also updating to Confluence 5.3.x would be great.
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Vendor response

Thanks for your feedback Todd! We agree with you that it should be less space-centric, and we do have similar improvement in our plan.
by Ryan Cain on 08 May 2013
This plugin is a key component of the way we use Confluence. Another great one from the Customware team!
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Thanks for the 4-star rating Ryan! Do suggest to us how you think this plugin can be improved too.


More details

Security and Encryption Plugin contains macros which:

  • Allow storage of content that is viewable only by specific users and/or groups.
  • Allow storage of content in encrypted format that needs a PGP key to decrypt.

Common usage of this includes:

  • storing login passwords
  • storing and presenting sensitive data that should only be accessible to or can be viewed by specific individuals and/or groups
  • making information accessible to users who can access the content if they possess a specific password

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Support

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Release notes

version 2.2.2Confluence 5.3 - 5.4.4

New in this release


- Implement JavaScript-based decryption for supported browsers.



Installation

  1. Log into your Confluence instance as an admin.
  2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Add-ons. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
  3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
  4. Locate ServiceRocket Security and Encryption via search. Results include add-on versions compatible with your Confluence instance.
  5. Click Install to download and install your add-on.
  6. You're all set! Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

To find older ServiceRocket Security and Encryption versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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