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security desktop administration

security desktop administration

security desktop administration

I'd like some precisions or white paper about security in "Peregrine Automation desktop administration" software.

The key capabilities on www.peregrine.com in not descriptive: "Through implementation of an integrated management database, an extensive set of customizable security features provides an extremely secure environment for all remote communications beginning with log-on and continuing throughout the entire connection."


RE: security desktop administration

This product crypts most communications using a asymetric/symetric key negociation (RSA/triple-DES algorithms in this case) - however, the private part of the key is shared among managers. For remote control, an additionnal password may be used.

It is possible to limit what a person can do (with either automation workflows or remote control) using detailed rights depending of the login used and/or the target computer.

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