Access policy and Login history
For security purposes you can set access and password policies. To do so, go to Whisbi Deck and from the top right corner hover your mouse over your name and then click “Settings“.
Once there, click “User login manager” and you will be presented with the different options related to the acess policy:
1. Minimum password length
2. Password complexity requirement
3. Maximum login attempts
4. Account lockout period
5. Frequency of password renewal
6. Password expiry notification
You can also restrict the access to either the web or the app by specifying an IP.
At the bottom of the page you can also keep track of your organization’s log history, including all the logins and logouts events per user account. Simply scroll down and you will see a report with the session information.
On the left upper part you can filter the list by users. Additionally, on the right, you’ll be able to filter by status and also change the view from login to logout and the other way around. By default, when you enter this section, the selected view will always be the login. In this report, the columns you will see are:
- Login time: time when the login attempt happened.
- User: the name of the user that made the attempt.
- IP: public ip from the device used for that attempt.
- Location: based on the IP, it’s the geographical location of the event.
- Source: application where the login attempt took place.
- Status: the result of the login attempt.
Use the switch on the top right corner of the table to display the logout information. In the logout report, the columns you will see are:
- Logout time: time when the logout happened.
- User: the name of the user that was logged out.
- IP: public IP from the device used for the logout. When the IP is 0.0.0.0, it means that the logout was automatic because of a session timeout.
- Location: based on the IP, it’s the geographical location of the event. When the location is “Whisbi”, it means that the logout was automatic because of a session timeout.
- Source: application where the logout took place. When the source is “Auto”, it means that the logout was automatic because of a session timeout.