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Beyond Root: Securing Privileged Access in Linux

Posted January 20, 2015    Randy Franklin Smith

Like UNIX, at its core, Linux’s security model is basically monolithic – you either have root access or you don’t. But root access is too powerful for so many reasons; routinely using the actual root account – while easy and still frighteningly common – is so dangerous it borders on negligent. Auditors know about root…

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PowerBroker for Unix & Linux Now Available via Web Services

Posted April 10, 2014    Paul Harper

This week BeyondTrust released a fully functional Web Services interface (REST API) for its PowerBroker for Unix & Linux product.  With this new feature users of the solution will now be able to remotely and securely configure and retrieve data via the API.  The Web Services interface implemented by BeyondTrust is an industry standard that…

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BeyondTrust & Oracle, The Perfect Partnership

Posted April 8, 2013    BeyondTrust Product Management

No one will dispute that Oracle is a heavyweight when it comes to the relational database market, but Oracle is far more than a one trick pony.  Oracle has a plethora of enterprise products and hardware solutions that will fit the needs of almost any business.  However the key to success for many of the…

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