Get granular access over your passwords with Secret Server
Secret Server provides an individual login to each user, can be your Active Directory credentials or RSA tokens (anything RADIUS compatible).
When a user logs into Secret Server they are only able to view or change passwords for which they have been given
explicit permission. For teams with multiple members, this allows you to limit access between those in different roles:
Windows Server admins, UNIX admins, network admins and DBAs. In contrast, KeePass is accessed by a single "master password"
which provides full access to view, change and delete passwords. There is no way to seperate out permission
levels for different users. Also, maliciously changing the KeePass "master password" can result in lockout to all passwords
unless backup files are kept.
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