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Description

Key features:
* Dedicated browser for access to secured sites from mobile devices
* Strongly authenticates users with hardware-based keys e.g. smart cards (requires a smart card reader – sold separately)
* Supports on-device Derived PIV Credentials issued from a MyID server (sold separately)
* Mutual authentication allows secure access to high-value services via encrypted data sent over-the-air
* Easy to deploy low-cost solution
* Minimal management overheads - just download and go!


MyID® Browser from Intercede® has been designed to give users the same experience as a native browser with regards to ease of use and functionality. This solution can be deployed on smartphones and tablets to verify the identity of the user to the organization and to help the user ensure that any sites accessed are genuine and safe by using mutual authentication. This gives the organization confidence that only authorized personnel are able to view corporate resources.

Known Issues

* Some websites provide a lesser experience unless a particular User-Agent is set.

We are trying to remove the need to specify a particular User-Agent under most circumstances. For now, if you have problems with a particular web site try any of the pre-configured User-Agents in Settings app's MyID Browser section.
Please note: We cannot guarantee that changing the user agent will solve the issue, as websites may be using browser-specific features which cannot be emulated by changing the user agent. For this reason we recommend that the user agent is kept on "Automatic" by default and only changed if there is a problem with a particular website.

* If a secure (TLS) page contains insecure content, sometimes the entire page is hidden.

We prevent access to secure sites that have problems with their server certificate (such as it being unverified or containing the wrong hostname). Sometimes the browser is too enthusiastic and will prevent access to a secure site just because it has insecure content.

* Currently the browser does not support the full version of Outlook Web Access (OWA). When accessing OWA you should ensure that you are using the light version.

Support

To report a problem please enable Debug logging in the main iOS setting for MyID Browser prior to repeating the problem. Then after the problem occurs send a log file to our Support department from inside the app using the "Email logfile" option of the Settings pane on the left of the Browser.

Logfiles contain information about network traffic for the current browser session, including URLs visited; cookie names; the names of certificates found on the card etc. The logfile content can be reviewed before it is sent to Intercede.

PINs, usernames, passwords and other form data are never stored in the logfile.

What's New

Version 3.1

Support for TouchID with soft certificates & derived credentials. Requires a compatible device.

Ratings and Reviews

A good enough solution when on the go

No Joy Tomorrow

I was waffling between giving this app 2 or 3 stars based upon 30 or so days of utilization. My organization email requires a Common Access Card authentication so in order to simplify things while I'm on the road I purchased a Tactivo CAC reader for the iPhone 6 and the myID browser. The good news is that it's user friendly and I was able to authenticate and read my emails immediately upon installation. The bad news is that the encryption makes it difficult to drill down on Enterprise emails. Usually the first message in queue is easy to read. Going to another message will leave you waiting in anticipation and it may time out before you actually read the message. I also found problems with trying to reply to emails, with lagging and time outs making replying back annoying to say the least. In one case I found out that that I had sent a message 3 times due to timeouts and me resending the message. Until the bugs get worked out, myID is great for reading on the go when your laptop isn't available but annoying if not crappy when you're trying to work.

Works with Tactivo for DoD Enterprise Email

Mooney M20E

I wanted to access my DoD mail on my iPhone with my CAC, so I bought the Tactivo card reader for iPhone and myID Browser. I am happy that I eventually got it to work, but myID Browser is extremely buggy. It takes me several attempts to log into DoD Webmail and when I do get in, it gives me OWA Lite, so I can't digitally sign or encrypt anything. But I can read my DoD Email and send emails. myID Browser works, but needs to be improved for DoD Enterprise Mail.

App not ready for "Prime Time"

LuckyQue

App has no problem connecting to the DISA server for mail but there is no scrolling in webmail so you can only see the 3 or so emails on the top of your email box. It does not allow you to search your email box without crashing...Poor Product, I cannot believe that Apple allowed this in the App Store!!!

Information

Seller
Intercede Limited
Size
20.9 MB
Category
Business
Compatibility
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English, French, German, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
Age Rating
You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
Unrestricted Web Access
Frequent/Intense Mature/Suggestive Themes
Copyright
© (c) Intercede
Price
$14.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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