Xton Access Manager Product Update 2.3.202005102258
Today we released new update to the Xton Privileged Access Manager software. This update adds session recoding for scp file transfer and command execution protocols through SSH Proxy and adds overwrite option for fields inherited from referenced records.
Added session recoding for scp file transfer and command execution protocols through SSH Proxy
The update adds more information recorded during SSH Proxy sessions. Specifically, the update adds the option to save files transferred by scp command (ScpUpload and ScpDownload event types) as well as to record input and output streams of commands executed on the remote servers (InputStream and OutputStream events). The recorded events are available on the Session or Global Session Events reports with event metadata (timing, file names, sizes) and the option to download transferred files, input or output streams for review.
One of the useful application of this new option is to capture and record protocol exchange initiated by automation software such as Ansible communicating with SSH end-points using exec or scp commands.
The option is available for users with permissions requiring session events recording.
Added the option to overwrite fields inherited from referenced records
New update adds the option to overwrite fields inherited from referenced records by marking these fields with $null values to simplify management of shared credentials. The option allows to use the same record type to share the same credentials or other fields between multiple records without the need to maintain separate record type for the base record.
Among other cases, this update simplifies the option to import records from 3rd party systems based on the same credentials. In this case, the import file specifies based shared record with defined User and Password as well as $null in Host as the same record type as all other records. Other records then reference the one with the credential overwriting the Host value.
Please review key features documentation and product news using the links below
- Your May 2020 XTON Access Manager Newsletter!
- XTAM REST API Documentation
- XTAM Password Vault Free Trial Download
- Xton Access Manager User Manual
- Getting Started Guide
- Xton Technologies News and Events
- Xton Access Manager How-To Guides
- Explore Our PAM Features and Highlights
- Explore a pre-configured live demo in our environment
- Best Practices Guide provides insights into both Concepts and Design elements for users looking to build out their PAM deployment
The software requires about five minutes to install on a freshly built Windows or Linux server or desktop with 2+ Gb RAM and no pre-requisites. After installation, please follow our Getting Started Guide for step-by-step introduction to the application.
Read the product documentation including Windows and Linux installation instructions as well as Getting Started Guide: https://www.xtontech.com/resources/documentation/
Follow this link for the instructions how to update the existing setup: https://www.xtontech.com/resources/faq/updating-xton-access-manager-version/
Check the software pricing, including options and licensing FAQ: https://www.xtontech.com/store/
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Xton Technologies team
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