New Features and Changes in Cloudera Navigator Key HSM

The following sections describe what's new and changed in each Cloudera Navigator Key HSM release.

What's New in Cloudera Navigator Key HSM

What's New in Cloudera Navigator Key HSM 1.9.0

  • There are no new features in Cloudera Navigator Key HSM 1.9.0.

What's New in Cloudera Navigator Key HSM 1.8.0

  • Key HSM supports RHEL 6.8.
  • The Key HSM keystore now uses a randomly-generated password. To specify a password, set keyhsm.keystore.password.set to yes in the application.properties file.

What's New in Cloudera Navigator Key HSM 1.7.0

  • Key HSM can be started in debug mode with more verbose logging. For more information, see Logging and Audits.
  • Key HSM logging has been improved.
  • A new HTTP endpoint has been added to test hardware security module (HSM) connectivity and functionality. For more information, see Verifying Key HSM Connectivity to HSM.

What's New in Cloudera Navigator Key HSM 1.6.0

  • Log size and rollover limits are configurable. See Logging and Audits for more information.

A number of issues have also been fixed. See Issues Fixed in Cloudera Navigator Key HSM 1.6.0.

What's New in Cloudera Navigator Key HSM 1.5.1

An issue has been fixed. See Issues Fixed in Cloudera Navigator Key HSM 1.5.1.

What's New in Cloudera Navigator Key HSM 1.5.0

  • Key HSM supports RHEL 7.
  • Key HSM restricts key names to universally allowed character sets to prevent problems with key migration.

A number of issues have also been fixed. See Issues Fixed in Cloudera Navigator Key HSM 1.5.0.

What's New in Cloudera Navigator Key HSM 1.4.0

  • Key HSM can now be attached to a Key Trustee Server instance with existing deposits. See Integrating Key HSM with Key Trustee Server for more information.
  • Support for SafeNet KeySecure
  • KeySecure can be configured for HTTPS during setup

A number of issues have also been fixed. See Issues Fixed in Cloudera Navigator Key HSM 1.4.0.