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Jump Server for Controlling Remote and Privileged Access

CryptoAuditor can act as a jump server that implements session recording, two-factor authentication, ticket enforcement, and policy control on all transmitted data.

All session contents can be sent to Splunk or other analytics systems in real time.

It can add a second factor of authentication without installing any agents or other software on servers.

Policy can be enforced on file transfers, tunneling, and command execution over SSH.

Installation only takes from half an hour to a few hours, depending on environment complexity. This is way simpler than traditional privileged access management solutions.

No password vault is needed. Access to end servers can use SSH keys, which can be managed using Universal SSH Key Manager as part of the enterprise's normal identity and access management process. Amazon EC2 does not issue root passwords for new virtual machines; why would you want to have passwords on your servers?