Uninstall Sudo and Migrate to More Secure, Automated Privileged Access Control

Sudo's "free" open-source access utility can work for managing access to a few servers. However, it quickly becomes an operational albatross as you grow and require more sophisticated fine-grain controls, logging and compliance-reporting capabilities. Sudo's labor-intensive custom configuration and distribution process results in high administrative costs and serious gaps in access control and compliance.

The solution? Uninstall Sudo and migrate to our centrally managed FoxT ServerControl. It's a simple, straightforward process that lets you:

  • Avoid Sudo's static-trust model to satisfy auditors
  • Centrally administer and enforce access policies across physical and virtual Unix, Linux and Windows servers
  • Eliminate the risk of Sudo configuration file modification
  • Automatically consolidate user activity and keystroke logs and automate regulatory compliance reporting with FoxT Reporting Manager
  • Link multifactor, contextual authentication enforcement to privileged user access
  • Centrally define which command options are available to specific users or administrators on specific servers


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