Manage passwords from any machine with Internet access. Or, install Secret Server password manager locally on your own network.
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Secret Server enables administrators to manage multiple users through Groups. Users can belong to different groups and receive the permissions attributed to those groups.
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Create New Secrets
Secrets are individually named sets of sensitive information and can address a broad spectrum of secure data. Secret security can be centrally managed, and the folder structure allows one or more Secrets to inherit permissions from a parent folder.
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Secrets are configured using templates called Secret Templates. Secret Server provides preinstalled templates for managing sensitive information such as: Active Directory passwords; passwords for admin accounts, routers, databases and websites; bank account information and credit card numbers.
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Search and Browse
Managing passwords is easy when you have an efficient method of locating them. Search for secrets using a simple text search.
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Organize Secrets in folders based on customers; geographical locations; and business units -for example DBAs, UNIX admins and Windows Server Admins. Folders can be nested at multiple levels to represent a useful structure.
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Import large numbers of Secrets from an Excel or csv/tab delimited file. Integration with legacy systems is easy.
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Administrators can create custom reports based on any Secret Server information stored in the database (e.g. users, audits, permissions, folders, etc.). You can also organize your reports into custom built Report Categories.
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Track every single read, write or permission change--essential for assessing vulnerability when someone leaves your company.
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Protect your documents the same way you secure your passwords. Attach pictures, PDFs, zip files, and spreadsheets.
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View a record of previous passwords used for any account.
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Role Based Access Control
Secret Server ships with three Roles: Administrator, User, and Read-Only User. Each Role contains various permissions to match the job function of the user.
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Dashboard is a widget-based screen that serves as the main page for searching and viewing Secrets. The dynamic drag-and-drop UI improves efficiency and increases data access from a single screen.
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Choose from four standard themes, then brand or customize your Secret Server!
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Secrets can be set to expire at certain intervals, reminding users when sensitive data needs review.
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Change Network Passwords
Change network passwords and synchronize Scheduled Tasks, Service Accounts and IIS App Pools instantly.
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Receive email notification when shared Secrets are changed. It's also a convenient way to alert your team of password changes.
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Custom Commands for RPC and Heartbeat gives administrators the ability to craft their own Password Changers with the flexibility to target any SSH or Telnet device.
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Heartbeat allows effective, up-to-the-minute monitoring of credentials across a company network.
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Set up Event Subscriptions to send you an email alert when specified actions are performed, or when an event occurs within the system.
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Remote Agents keep Secrets up to date on external networks by allowing Remote Password Changing and Heartbeat to occur on networks not directly connected to Secret Server (e.g. DMZ vs. internal or over the internet).
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The Check Out feature forces accountability on Secrets by granting exclusive access to a single user with a One Time Password. No other user can access a Secret while it is checked out.
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Manage access to Secrets with Request Access. This feature requires a user to be granted approval to access a Secret.
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Active Directory Integration
Log in to Secret Server using your workstation account and have one less password to manage.
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RDP / PuTTY Launcher
Increase security by allowing administrators to use passwords without knowing what they are. Use the Launcher for permitting remote access to machines, launching applications, and logging into websites.
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Keep your critical passwords at your fingertips at all times. Our smartphone apps come with enterprise-level security.
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API (Web Services)
Access Secret Server using mobile apps, third party applications, and scripts - with proper authentication.
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A custom Firefox extension ensures that Firefox has access to all Secret Server's great features.
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Integrate your Secret Server with industry applications such as ConnectWise, AutoTask and Microsoft CRM.
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Cisco Enable / UNIX root
Using the customizable command sets, specific Cisco commands can be targeted at any Cisco device with SSH or Telnet access.
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Import Secrets from other applications using Secret Server's migration tool.
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Virtual Machine Support
Install Secret Server on a Virtual Machine such as VMWare using the exact same process as a standard server installation.
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If you're working toward achieving SOX compliance, password management is critical.
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PCI DSS Compliance
Vulnerability management and access control are vital to PCI DSS compliance. Secret Server equips you with the means to apply these measures to your password management process.
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MASS Regulation 201 CMR 17
The Massachusetts Data Protection Law which mandates that all organizations protect access to personal information for Massachusetts residents.
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AES 256 bit encryption
Among many other security features Secret Server uses AES 256 bit encryption on each Secret to ensure maximum security.
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Secret Server's passwords are hashed in the database using the SHA 512 hashing function. A hash function differs from an encryption method in that a hash function, when used correctly, is computationally infeasible to reverse
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This feature provides additional security for your password manager.
RADIUS-based authentication is also supported.
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Generate passwords automatically using the settings of the template used to create a Secret.
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FIPS 140 Compliance
Secret Server accomodates Federal government departments and private industries needing to achieve this standard by using a FIPS compliant algorithm.
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Integrate Secret Server with RADIUS to provide a more robust and secure level of user authentication.
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Unique to Secret Server, DoubleLock provides an additional layer of security by encrypting Secret data with a custom encryption key.
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Control the locations and networks from which users can gain access - configure Secret Server to be accessible only by IP addresses within a specified range.
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Schedule automatic backups with one click, ensuring that the latest database can be restored at any time.
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Some financial organizations are required to print certain sensitive information and store it in a bank vault. Secret Server's Admin Export feature allows administrators to export Secrets to a plain text CSV file.
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Unlimited Administration Mode or "Break the Glass" is an emergency feature designed to allow an administrator access to all Secrets and Folders in their Secret Server instance without explicit permission. This can be set up so that two people must agree before the feature can be used.
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Secret Server supports SQL database mirroring to create a real-time backup of all the stored data. With SQL mirroring, the SQL database can be configured with a primary, secondary and witness server to set up automatic failover.
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