Provides integration for Cyber-Ark products with the user's clipboard. (C) Cyber-Ark Software, Ltd. All rights reserved.
This extension allows CyberArk Password Vault Web Access to access the user's clipboard. For security reasons, some browsers prevent programmatic access to the clipboard. This prevents CyberArk Password Vault Web Access users from being able to copy account content when needed. The CyberArk Password Vault Web Access Clipboard Extension enables CyberArk Password Vault Web Access users to continue to copy and paste from the clipboard. Please note that Clipboard content will be erased after 25 seconds or when the user signs out, in order to make sure account content is not kept in the clipboard. Supports CyberArk Password Vault Web Access v9.x or higher Use of this extension is governed by the following license terms: https://www.cyberark.com/EULA.pdf. Please see the section describing free of charge software (“Free Trial or Beta Versions of the Software”).
- (2020-08-24) Lee Gaupp: so far so good, it does as expected
- (2020-04-06) Jonathan Davis: The extension frequently stops working. As in, I click copy in PVWA, but the password is not placed into Clipboard. I either have to restart Chrome, or Show Password, highlight and Ctrl+C.
- (2020-03-05) Steve G: Does what it says, but had to remove stars for lack of option to adjust the time or have the option to disable the function that clears your clipboard after 25 seconds. I multitask a lot and 25 seconds is way too long... I've moved into other work and suddenly loose my clipboard contents which is very frustrating. Please add the option to manually adjust how many seconds to wait until the clipboard is wiped as well as the option to disable that function if desired.
- (2019-01-29) Jason Sloan: While it's nice to see this finally in the extension store so it can be managed at an enterprise level, the control itself is not very intelligent. The typical usefulness of the data is about 5-10 seconds and I've moved on, often capturing other data to the clipboard from network equipment. This control doesn't listen for subsequent event hits to the clipboard or check that the data currently in the clipboard is the same as the data that was copied from CyberArk and then if so clear it - it just blindly dumps the clipboard content into the ether regardless of what is actually present, sometimes resulting in data loss. It works, but it is a little disappointing. This should be relatively easy to fix, move the data to the clipboard and toss a one way hash of the data in memory. After 30 seconds, hash the current clipboard data and compare to the stored hash, if equal dump the content. If it's not, then leave it alone. Destroy the hash. Done.
- (2018-12-22) Aaron Helmeke: Love it!
- (2018-07-30) Shawn Christian: Works
- (2018-07-09) Melvin Felicien: Works like a charm
- (2018-04-30) 云峰万: Cool.