Latest enhancements to the SDS Encryption Portal


SDS Encryption Portal is compatible with the latest stable version of the following browsers:

  • Microsoft Edge
  • Google Chrome
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Safari

Known issues

It is not possible to save a file in iOS if the browser is Chrome or Firefox.

If the browser is configured in desktop emulation mode on your iOS mobile device, SDS for C&M logs are not always sent to the SDMC server.

September 30, 2022

It is now possible to delete permanently a user from SDS Encryption Portal, provided you have the Delete users permission.

January 15, 2021

It is now possible to protect and decrypt files up to 20 MB instead of 10 MB via SDS Encryption Portal.

December 15, 2020

A link has been added on the SDS Encryption Portal login page to change the language of the user interface. Available languages are English and French.

August 20, 2020

When decrypting a file, the user’s names and surnames were missing from the logs sent to the SDMC server. This problem has been fixed.

July 17, 2020

New features

Number of users per protected file

You can now protect a file for a maximum of 30 users at the same time instead of 10.

Support of Microsoft Outlook and Apple Mail syntaxes

In the field where you enter the email addresses, you can now copy and paste a list of recipients directly from Microsoft Outlook and Apple Mail (e.g., ‘John Doe’ <> or John Doe <>).

Bug fix

Support reference 163484PW

On slow networks, interface texts did not always display properly. This problem has been fixed.

July 1, 2020

New features

Changing user passwords

Users can now change their passwords in the User menu in SDS Encryption Portal.

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Bug fixes

Support reference 163097PW

In iOS, if a file is not automatically saved after being protected or decrypted, the Save file button is now always available to do it manually.

Support reference 163079PW

Deploying new SDS Encryption Portal versions is now easier, as cache management has been improved. Please empty the browser cache to benefit from this enhancement.

May 26, 2020

Support reference 163047PW

When protecting files on iOS, the Protect button could not be accessed. This issue has been fixed.

April 07, 2020

Suggesting users

When protecting a file via SDS Encryption Portal, it is now easier to select users: if you start typing in the Email field, it displays the list of the users registered to your corporate account and partner accounts.

March 06, 2020

SDS Encryption Portal design

Users no longer have to choose the portal version that they want to use (i.e., free or full security) : based on their email address, the website now automatically redirects them to the appropriate page.

The new Stormshield graphical charter has been applied to SDS Encryption Portal.

User password expiration

The administrator can now define a validity period for user passwords. When their passwords expire, users are prompted to change them when they next log in to SDS Encryption Portal.

January 31, 2020

Account creation and initialization in SDS Encryption Portal

Users can now create an account in built-in key management mode in SDS Encryption Portal without initializing it from the SDS for C&M client. The users also receive an email confirming the creation of their account.

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Collaboration with external users through SDS Encryption Portal

SDS Encryption Portal now allows users to share their protected files with one or more recipients from outside their company. When protecting files, users enter the email addresses of external recipients, then provide them with the files.

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On the recipients’ side, they authenticate on SDS Encryption Portal using a code that they received via email. They can then upload the protected file to the portal web page in order to decrypt it and save it directly on the workstation.

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Helpdesk and Recovery operations through SDS Encryption Portal

If you have the Helpdesk and/or Recovery roles, SDS Encryption Portal now displays a new menu, Manage users, which makes it possible to retrieve a user’s password or to give a user’s access to another user.