Control Root and Application Access
- Easily define requirements for user authentication with no scripting language needed.
- Set the UID and GID under which to run the program.
- Optionally require user’s password for authentication.
- Control which shell command options can be used.
Least Privilege Role Provisioning
- Create a hierarchical command privilege structure by asssigning security levels to all users and commands.
- Restrict command usage by using Secure4Access groups or by defining allowed user sets.
- Tightly integrated with the privilege and management levels in Secure4Access.
- Control access type for commands (e.g. local, network, modem, r-command, batch queues, etc.)
- Limit hosts on which and from which programs can be run.
- Restrict access based on time-of-day and day-of-week.
- Establish maximum runtime restrictions.
- Automatically terminate inactive programs or scripts.
- Detect unauthorized changes to executable files.
- Run an alarm script when a command is invoked outside of its parameters.
- A command line interface allows for easy cration of batch processes such as standard reports.
- An easy-to-use graphical interface with context sensitive help.
- A wide variety of configuration options included to make Secure4Privilege do it your way.
- Generate an extensive set of account and auditing reports reporting options, including comma-delimited output for use with report generation tool.
- Generate reports of all user or command activity.
- Log all command execution attempts, including what, who, where, and when.
- Optionally log each execution of a particular command; including the date, time, command name, executable program path, and the arguments passed.
- Linux for x86-64: RedHat Enterprise/CentOS/Oracle 6,7,8; SuSE Enterprise 11,12,15; Ubuntu 16,18
- Linux for IBM Power Systems: RedHat Enterprise 7
- Linux for IBM zSeries (LinuxONE): RedHat Enterprise 7
- IBM: AIX 6 and 7
- Oracle/Sun: Solaris 11 – SPARC and x86-64
- Hewlett Packard: HP/UX 11 – PA-RISC