IMPORTANT: Release 7.0 requires a new license key. Please obtain the new key before installing the new release. To obtain a new key, please Contact Licensing. For more information and instructions see KB Article 328241.
IMPORTANT: The Safeguard for Sudo 7.0 Policy Server when used with older Safeguard for Sudo Plugins may cause high CPU usage under certain circumstances. It is One Identity’s recommendation to upgrade the Plugins immediately after upgrading the policy server. For more information, please see KB Article 330695.
Safeguard for Sudo helps Unix/Linux organizations take privileged account management through sudo to the next level: with a central policy server, centralized management of sudo and sudoers, centralized reporting on sudoers and elevated rights activities, event and keystroke logging of activities performed through sudo, and offline policy evaluation.With Safeguard for Sudo, One Identity provides a plugin to Sudo 1.8.1 (and later) to make administering sudo across a few, dozens, hundreds, or thousands of Unix/Linux servers easy, intuitive, and consistent. It eliminates the box-by-box management of sudo that is the source of so much inefficiency and inconsistency. In addition, the centralized approach delivers the ability to report on the change history of the sudoers policy file.
- Safeguard for Sudo is shipped with OpenSSL shared objects since version 7.0. Due to recent high severity fixes in the OpenSSL library, the shipped shared objects have been upgraded to version 1.1.1q, which include the corresponding fixes.
- The macOS installer now supports dark mode.
- Resolved issues
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