Decipher IDP 2.2.1: July 2023

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SS&C | Blue Prism® Decipher IDP requires the following components, available for download on the Blue Prism customer portal:

SS&C | Blue Prism® Enterprise

6.6.0 or later

This release of Decipher IDP is compatible with these versions of Blue Prism.

Decipher Licensing Service


The Decipher Licensing Service.msi is not versioned for this release.

Decipher Server


The required Decipher Server version for this release.

Decipher Web Client


The required Decipher Web Client version for this release.

Decipher Automated Clients


The required Decipher Automated Clients version for this release.

Decipher VBO Interop dll


The BluePrism.Decipher.VBO.Interop.dll has been updated for this release but the name has not been changed.

Decipher Blue Prism business object


The BPA Object - Decipher.xml has been updated for this release but the name has not been changed.

Decipher Server Plugin


The Decipher Server Plugin.msi is not versioned for this release.

Decipher NLP Plugin


The required Decipher NLP plugin version for this release (optional).

Known issues

A list of any prominent issues with this release is maintained in the knowledge base – click here for more information.

Important notices

A valid Decipher IDP license file is required to activate the software. See Decipher IDP licensing for details.

Decipher IDP licenses issued prior to this release are not compatible with Blue Prism 7.0 and later, these licenses will need to be upgraded.


If you already have a version of Decipher IDP installed, please review the Upgrade notices before installing this release.

Secure development policy

As part of our secure development policy, Blue Prism products are evaluated against the following security standards:

  • OWASP Top 10 –The security vulnerabilities that pose the most risk to applications development. For more information, see the OWASP website.
  • SANS CWE Top 25 – The most common software security vulnerabilities found throughout the software development industry. For more information, see the SANS website.
  • Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) Publication 140-2 – U.S. government standard that defines minimum security requirements for cryptographic modules in information technology products.
  • Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).
  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
  • Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA).

Fixes and minor improvements

Description of change Reference

The Decipher IDP login fields are no longer disabled if the user enters incorrect credentials. Previously, the login fields were disabled and the user was forced to close and relaunch the browser to reattempt login.


The <add fileName="~/App_Data/service.pfx" /> attribute is no longer automatically re-added to the Decipher web.config file when the Decipher Web Client is upgraded. Previously, this attribute which had to be manually deleted when configuring SAML, was incorrectly re-added when the client was upgraded. This prevented the administrator from accessing the dsdomain.local website.