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Status Under review
Created by Guest
Created on Apr 8, 2021

InfoSphere Information Server - Autocomplete HTML Attribute Not Disabled for Password Field

System: IBM InfoSphere Information Server
Actor: User needing new feature

The InfoSphere launchpad is commonly accessible through browsers which have a facility to remember user credentials that are entered into HTML forms.

Description: Our team uses InfoSphere's launchpad via browsers to access the platform applications.
The "autocomplete" HTML attribute is missing in the "password" field "input" element.
Because of this there is no ability set "autocomplete" to "off" - this is a vulnerability.
The "autocomplete" HTML attribute should be included in the "password" field "input" element and set to default "off"
A non-vulnerable site will be set as Password:

NOTE: There are 2 support cases: TS004261450, TS004267060

  • Guest
    Sep 22, 2021

    May we please have a targeted ETA on when it's expected that we'll have a decision, e.g. Under review? Thanks.

  • Guest
    Sep 14, 2021

    May we please have a targeted ETA on when it's expected that we'll have a decision, e.g. Under review? Thanks.

  • Guest
    Sep 1, 2021

    During a client discussion yesterday, the Expertise Connect Delivery team was asked to assist in getting this RFE escalated as the requested feature is very crucial for their Federal Security requirements, e.g. it's currently, as stated in the request, "...a vulnerability. Please escalate. Also this was entered on Apr 8, 2021 and still remains in "Submitted" status - almost five (5) months.