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Cyberplat experts have introduced another Terminal CyberFT 3.3.8 software version that is characterized by a vast number of new solutions relevant to all software modules.

The developers have expanded service of visual user notifications by implementing displayed interface information about an account block that occurs after entering a wrong password and displayed message about key validity expiration.

For the maximal convenience users can now automatically sort documents by date and time across all software logs.

In version 3.3.8 CyberFT network participants will be able to manage FileAct document copies and export camt.54 statements, the most popular format in the electronic document flow of large holding structures with an extended network of branch offices. As far as financial ISO documents, the developers have implemented an option for drawing up a receipt with a list of signatories.

Cyberplat experts continued working on increasing security of the information exchange within the CyberFT network and introduced an option for saving CryptoPro verification certificates when updating the software.

The developers have optimized settings for the unique company IDs in the information recipient’s system in case that there are several receiving employees in the company, meanwhile in the certificate settings ISO and FileAct message verification terminal ID of the sender from the list of installed certificates with the “Controller” feature has been added.

Terminal CyberFT 3.3.8 can boast an optimized format for presenting certificate logs and a polished interface of the tabs “View. Events. Associated documents. Container” as seen by the administrator of the network’s participating company.

Cyberplat experts have completed revising the export feature regarding 1C statements thus giving the opportunity to display documents for debit and credit transactions separately, and they have also optimized the printed version of the statement form.

Aside from the above features some regulations work has been done aimed at increasing operation stability and software performance.