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Make Traveler server's address invisible to a user

In EMM environment, Verse for iOS is distributed from EMM with supported policy and setting to a user.
And, administrator can use Verse_AppConfig.xml to define that configuration including Traveler server's address.
So, a user doesn't need to know his Traveler server's address.

For security reasons, administrator wants to make Traveler server's address invisible to a user.
In Verse for iOS use, for example, a user can see Traveler server's address at the following scenarios.

1) Initial Verse for iOS setup
2) Settings -> Account -> Server Details

Administrator hopes to be added this function, Traveler server's address invisible, and wants to control it as one of setting/configuration item of Verse_AppConfig.xml.

  • Guest
  • Oct 10 2019
  • No Plans to Implement
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  • Guest commented
    26 Feb, 2020 02:23pm

    It is in fact a little security.

    Verse Mobile is a bit of secure container solution to divide the scary dangerous private world from the safe enterprise data.

    If the user does not know how to connect a different 'unsafe' application is not that easy to configure. 

  • Admin
    Thomas Hampel commented
    10 Jan, 2020 12:07pm

    Obscurity is not security. It just takes a DNS lookup to obtain the list of servers registerd in your company, so hiding the traveler server name will not make an environment more secure.

  • Guest commented
    22 Nov, 2019 11:13am

    And what exactly are the security concerns when the user knows the Traveler server address?