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  1. Allow to define access to DBs/collections by prefix or pattern.

    Please extend ACL to support prefixes (or regex) in the database name/collection.
    Currently only allowed ALL (when empty string provided) or exact db/collection matching when provided.

    Use case: Several services are using the same cluster but need to be isolated. Every service can get readWriteAnyDatabase but only to databases prefixed by some prefix.
    Services need to create new databases on the fly, so it is not possible to define a list of databases upfront.

    For example - rwRoleForService1 allows "update", "insert", and "remove" operations only on databases prefixed by "service1-" (sevice1-db1, sevice1-db2, ....)
    {
    role: "rwRoleForService1",
    privileges: [
    {
    {…

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  2. Use a private peering that resolves to the private IP address of your LDAP server.

    We need to consume an LDAP server traffic through Private Endpoints. In the documentation we find that only creating a public endpoint it's possible but we have a security restriction. Our TAM suggested create a feedback request to the product owner.
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  3. Deny Privilege

    Provide the ability to explicitly deny a privilege on a specific resource.

    Example: Grant the privilege to perform the find action on all collections in the test database except "test.secrets".

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  4. Enhancement on Native Auditing

    When we enable native auditing the following three information is missing. Its more useful from security aspects . Can it be considered to capture these information in current or future releases soon..

    Session ID

    OS user
    Service name

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  5. Add SSO authentication support to mongoDB database

    Existing issue: One user has accounts in multiple mongoDB databases on Atlas that exist in different Projects and maybe Organizations as well. When he wants to switch from one database to the other from a 3rd party app, he has to provide his credentials every time.

    Adding SSO authentication support to the mongoDB databases would add flexibility to a user like that, to switch from one database to the other without being asked for his credentials every time when connecting from a 3rd party application.

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  6. Fine-tune the update privilege action

    We want our devs to be able to update docs, but only one at a time. If they need to update a bunch together, they should check in with the DBA. Right now, we can't fine-tune the update permissions like we'd prefer, so we're looking into ways to make that happen. This will help us manage document updates better and add a layer of security.

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  7. Fine-tune the update privilege action

    We want our devs to be able to update docs, but only one at a time. If they need to update a bunch together, they should check in with the DBA. Right now, we can't fine-tune the update permissions like we'd prefer, so we're looking into ways to make that happen. This will help us manage document updates better and add layer of security.

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  8. session

    The possibility configure what network or IP the user can be connect in the cluster in the mongo atlas.

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  9. Allow rotation of Arbiter TLS certificates when authentication is enabled

    Mongo arbiters do not support using db.rotateCertificates(), because they do not possess the internal table of user and role mappings used for authentication.

    Add functionality to enable rotation of these certificates.

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  10. Add timestamps to user documents

    Most database technologies store this metadata by default.
    Because the expected data volume and change rate of this attribute will most probably be low, there should be no reason of not storing this information.
    Of course this information might already be available in audit files, but first: auditing isn't enabled by default.
    Second: most database users won't have access to this file/info and third: most users won't expect this info in a separate file (reminder, MongoDB recommends to store the data where it belongs when it comes to "data/schema modelling", so the metadata of a user document should also be…

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  11. Improve fortification coverage with _FORTIFY_SOURCE=3

    MongoDB Server codebase uses _FORTIFY_SOURCE=2 fortification level (e.g. see v7.0, latest at the moment: https://github.com/mongodb/mongo/blob/v7.0/SConstruct#L4698).
    Consider changing it to a new fortification level (_FORTIFY_SOURCE=3) provided by GCC 12 to improve DB's security.

    See also:
    https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/Add_FORTIFY_SOURCE%3D3_to_distribution_build_flags
    https://developers.redhat.com/articles/2022/09/17/gccs-new-fortification-level

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  12. Make consistent use of system-wide CA certificate store

    Please make the use of system-wide CA certificate store the same in all tool/commands.

    • If tls.CAFile is not specified in mongod/mongos configuration then the system-wide CA certificate store will be used.

    • If --sslCAFile is not specified in mongoimport/mongoexport tool then the system-wide CA certificate store will be used - but this behavior is not documented.

    • For mongosh you have to specify option --tlsUseSystemCA is you like to use the system-wide CA certificate store. I did not check how it is/was working in legacy mongo shell.

    • For command Mongo() (https://www.mongodb.com/docs/v6.0/reference/method/Mongo/), I was not able to find out, how to…

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  13. testing

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  14. Implement restrict Network access list to improve Security risk

    Currently the Network access list admits to add IP addresses to allow connections from. However, we are using Private Endpoints to connect to our clusters; from Google Cloud we cannot add rules to PSC in the firewall, so this means that being in our VPN all devices internally has access to our mongo databases.

    How can we prevent access from any place in our company to our databases. This is a huge security risk.

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  17. Please create a build in role that grants developers all permissions needed to add/edit schema validations short of adminAll.

    Please create a built-in role that grants developers all permissions needed to add/edit schema validations short of dbAdminAnyDatabase.

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  18. Support for CentOS Stream 8 in MongoDB OPS Manager version 5.x

    Per the Server Support Matrix https://www.mongodb.com/try/download/ops-manager support for CentOS Stream 8 is not al.
    We would like to see the currently supported MongoDB OPS Manager version 5.x available on the CentOS Stream 8 distribution.

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