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Re: Safe keeping super-user / root IDs
From: Myke Lyons <myke.lyons () cmtww com>
Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2007 10:41:32 -0400

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On 26 Jun 2007, at 03:17, Schanulleke wrote:

kelvinshen () yahoo com wrote:
Dear List,

Has any of you come across a good vendor package which can solve the 'super user ID in sealed envelop' problems? Trying to help a client get rid of their envelops and struggle to come up with an option which doesn't require extensive in-house development work. Thanks.


If you are looking ofr a web applicaiton try
http://www.enterprise-password-safe.com/

you may also want to look at http://cyber-ark.com 's Private-Ark product.

.myke

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