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What's New

Learn about new features introduced in the Juniper Secure Connect application in this release.

Platform and Infrastructure

  • Support for macOS 13 Ventura Operating System.

  • Includes security updates ( version).

  • Support for saving the credentials—You can optionally choose to save the credentials on Juniper Secure Connect application. You can save user ID or a combination of user ID and password. This feature is functional once your administrator enables credentials saving option on the SRX Series Firewall. At the second connection, you will be allowed to save the values. Perform the following steps to save the credentials:

    • Open Juniper Secure Connect application.

    • From the Connection menu, navigate to Connect option and provide the Connection Profile details. Toggle the Connection button to establish a VPN connection.

    • In the dialog box, provide User ID and Password.

    • Select the check box to save credentials.

    See Juniper Secure Connect User Guide.

  • Prelogon compliance support—Your Juniper Secure Connect application can establish a VPN connection based on the remote-access endpoint admission criteria set by the administrator on the SRX Series Firewall. These criteria are a set of compliance validations that are performed prior to user authentication. This feature adds extra security to your remote-access VPN connection.


  • Support for Let's Encrypt CA Certificates ( version)—We include Let's Encrypt CA Certificates for simplified deployment of Juniper Secure Connect application. When you establish a remote-access VPN connection using Juniper Secure Connect Connection Profiles, the application validates the incoming gateway certificate. To view the certificate:

    • In Juniper Secure Connect application for macOS, navigate to the menu, Connection > View Certificates.