Even with conventional password management products, powerful privileged account passwords can still be compromised via shoulder surfing, key loggers, social engineering, software debuggers or similar attacks. In order to effectively protect privileged passwords, an elevated level of security must be employed.
Random Password Manager was the first privileged identity management solution to utilize hardware-based encryption to securely store high value account credentials, and protect them from unauthorized access.
Secure Password Store
By integrating with any PKCS #11 hardware device, Random Password Manager can store current local passwords inside a tamper-resistant hardware environment. There are no decryption keys stored in memory, so there is no risk of software debuggers locating the keys and accessing protected data.
Hardware-based encryption provides Random Password Manager with a secure key management and encryption subsystem independently validated to FIPS 140-2 levels 2 and 3 – a de-facto security benchmark for cryptographic processing.
For more information on how Random Password Manager can help secure your enterprise, contact an account manager.