This software helps set up secure servers for remote access services for Windows and UNIX.
File transfer or a wider range of remote access services needs a reliable server to be implemented. Secure access further requires the ability to authenticate remote users and the capability to work in the changing scenario of security threats and changing business scenario. The tool is able to support multi-protocol support for transit data. Open-standard authentication, encryption, data integrity, etc. are available through this tool. The utility gives you extensive controls that help manage privileges for shell, file transfer and other services. Access control lists and virtual root directories are some features that help. The utility is very easy to set up and configure. The software will typically run right out of the box. The interface makes it all simple. The IT types who are supposed to set this up should find it very simple to operate. The software supports remote configuration.
Monitoring and logging of events helps keep a check on the security environment. You can track and take corrective measures when things like failed logon or file upload failure happen. You would be able to keep the compliance situation under control too. Public key, Kerberos and two factor methods could be used for user authentication. Similar extensive controls are available for shell, file transfer and other services. You will be able to define, via Access Control Lists (ACLs), which Secure Shell services – shell, SFTP, SCP, FTP/SSL, port forwarding – are granted to users or groups. Using the virtual root directory feature, administrators can define multiple directory access points for different groups or individual users. This is a very good solution for the service when you need them.