Backup restore and Logs
The senhasegura backup files are encrypted using AES-256 encryption. To perform this procedure, you should be in contact with the senhasegura support team.
Restoring a backup
The senhasegura backup files are encrypted. To perform this procedure, you should be in contact with the senhasegura support team.
The backups executed are exported to the remote drive of the customer's choice. But a copy of the backup is kept inside the instance to speed up the restore process if necessary.
The senhasegura enginer will execute the backup file opening procedure (decrypt) to get the backup file ready to be restored.
Once the backup file is decrypted, the senhasegura engineer should use the
orbit backup command line tool to restore the target version.
Warning. This procedure will restore all database data and schema to the desired past time. You should restore all other binaries if performed a system upgrade was between the current time and the selected backup file. The binary application files can be restored using the Debian APT tool.
You can observe the execution of the backup through the CRON schedule in the report Orbit Config Manager ➔ Logs ➔ Backup.
In the Credential Backup report under Settings ➔ Backup ➔ Credentials, you get information if the credential complies with the password policies.
1. Password Policy: Lists the password policy related to the credential, as configured. For example:
Yes: In green, if the credential complies with the related policy
No: In red, if the credential does not comply with the related policy
At the time of backup, senhasegura checks the composition of the password with the policy and updates the information on whether or not it is adherent.