We recommend this add-on for all our customers who use RADIUS. RADIUS requires a unique username and password to log into a network, as opposed to just a universal, unsecure shared password. This is a great first step to secure your network, but to take it a step further, many use RadSec or EAP-TLS, which are both included in our Advanced RADIUS solution.
EAP-TLS allows devices to connect over RADIUS using 802.1X certificate based authentication. When you upload a Certificate Authority (CA) to Foxpass, devices with a certificate derived from the given CA will be allowed to connect to a WiFi network without needing to enter a username or password.
RadSec allows the transmission of RADIUS requests over a TLS-encrypted channel protocol to remote RADIUS Servers; this provides secure communication of RADIUS requests, even across untrusted networks. Furthermore, RadSec uses TCP instead of UDP for a more reliable transmission.
Extends logging available for viewing from 1 day to 90 days. Also enables API and Amazon Kinesis streaming support for extracting logs from our database for your own analysis.
This also includes the Event Logging feature (currently in Beta). Currently, these events include user lifecycle events and group membership changes. In the future, this will encompass logs for SSH key access, login attempts, and more detail for RADIUS and LDAP logs. These events are currently accessible via the API and will be available to stream using Amazon Kinesis. If there’s another event you’d like to see logged, reach out and let us know.
Provides you access to a local Foxpass Cache that lets you run a database on your own server. The cache periodically syncs with our database to get a copy of your directory. You can configure your hosts to point to the cache as a secondary authentication source. Then, in the event of a service interruption, your hosts will talk to your cache instead of our service and LDAP and SSH key functionality will continue uninterrupted. In the future this will support RADIUS access as well.
By default, Foxpass's LDAP interface is read-only. With our Advanced LDAP add-on, certain fields become read-write and can be modified using the LDAP protocol.
Support for centralized SUDOers management over LDAP. SUDOers allows you to set fine grained permissions for SUDO access on your hosts, restricting or enabling commands by user, group membership, or time.
Allows you to use Foxpass with devices that use Samba/SMB for authentication. This generally is used with Networked-attached storage (NAS) devices.
SAML based Single Sign-On (SSO). With the Foxpass Single Sign On (SSO) add-on, your already authenticated users with Foxpass can now securely log in to different service providers (like AWS, Google Workspace, Github) saving them time and effort. Both GUI and Command-line-based SSO access are supported via temporary credentials which is a more secure way to federate to service providers than storing access credentials on your host. You can also limit access to apps to select users or groups based on your needs.