aviad_moses Absent Member.
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Security options to login outside of internal domain

We are using SBM version 11.1.
We decided to open SBM for our customers.
We were told to use 'Occasional user' privilege to our customers.
We are using two separate project, one for internal use and one for customers.

We have two big concerns:
1. Injection, phishing and all other attacks types.
2. Customer wan't able to login with internal user so he\she will see data of internal project.

Q1: Does SBM have a security mechanism so it safe from attacks types?
Q2: Beside login with User \ Password, what other option we have to insure that customer wan't login with internal user? is there a way to block users to be used outside of our domain?
Q3: From the SBM guide we didn't understand what are the differences between Occasional user to External User. dies someone can explain it more clearly?

Thanks in advance,
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PM Thompson Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Security options to login outside of internal domain

Q1: Best addressed by Serena / MicroFocus.
Q2: I think what you're requesting is to restrict SBM user login based on the user's account and their IP address, assuming that your "internal" users are using non-routable IP addresses and your "Occasional" user customers are not. Serena / MicroFocus Tech Support might have an idea.
Q3: Ask you sales person to explain it.
aviad_moses Absent Member.
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Re: Security options to login outside of internal domain

Hi Paul,
Thanks for your response.
1. Thanks.
2.Do you know if there is a way to Prevent 'regular user' (allow only occesional users) to login sbm outside of our domain.
3. he don't know, he told me to look for it at documentation but as I wrote it is not fully clear.
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