Server support brings MrZAP technology, policy-based access control, and user visibility for remote hosts directly into the BastionZero SaaS
BastionZero allows you to secure your remote Linux hosts using Zero-Trust Access by leveraging our multi-root zero-trust protocol (MrZAP) and without the need for using Secure Shell (SSH).
With BastionZero, you can:
- Support access to your servers even if they are on private IPs
- Close SSH ports on your servers
- Eliminate management of server account passwords and SSH keys
- Control who has access to what account on which servers (e.g. Alice has access to root account on server centos-nyc-123)
- Obtain an audit trail of who logged into what machine as which account, and what commands were run
- Obtain ascii-cinema session recordings of their interactive sessions
- Eliminate single points of compromise associated with jump hosts and VPNs using our MrZAP protocol
Using package managers,
zliQuickstart, or a Bash or Ansible script will implement the autodiscovery process. Once BastionZero's
bzeroagent is installed, it will phone home to BastionZero using either your organization's default registration API key's secret or a short-lived activation token.