SERVER AND NETWORK
ACCESS IN MINUTES
Foxpass protects the most sensitive parts of your
How does Privileged
Ensure that only the users who need to access a certain set of
privileges will access the system.
Ensure that privileged access is used only when needed.
Ensure that privileged access is centrally managed and can be
granted and revoked quickly.
Ensure that an audit trail exists for every privileged access that
How it Works
Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) is a
client-server networking protocol that runs in the application
layer. The RADIUS protocol uses a RADIUS Server and
A RADIUS Client (or Network Access Server) is a networking
device (like a VPN concentrator, router, switch) that is used to
CLOUD-HOSTED LDAP &
MANAGE LINUX, WINDOWS, AND
MAC OS LOGINS
LOGGING FOR LDAP &
SELF-SERVE SSH KEY
Standard users have basic access to all LDAP, RADIUS, and
Posix users are the same as standard users, but have extra
POSIX information associated with them for LDAP requests.
This is required for some systems like Mac OSX logins or
Engineer users have the ability to manage SSH keys in
Foxpass and use them to log into servers. They also have
POSIX information associated with their account.
Allows you to use Foxpass with devices that use Samba/SMB
for authentication. This generally is used with Networked-
attached storage (NAS) devices.
Record SSH sessions and search for the session by keyword,
timestamp. or user. This feature is primarily used for
debugging, record keeping, and to meet compliance
requirements like HIPAA, SOX, SOC2 & PCI.
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