Forever Free
$ 0 0 /Year /Month
10 Total Users

5 Engineering users or Posix users

  • LDAP
  • RADIUS
Basic
$ 900 95 /Year /Month
20 Total Users

10 Engineering users or Posix users

  • LDAP
  • RADIUS
  • Email Support
Plus
$ 1,800 190 /Year /Month
75 Total Users

25 Eng. or Posix users
10 additional Posix users

  • LDAP
  • RADIUS
  • Email Support
Premium
$ 3,000 315 /Year /Month
200 Total Users

50 Eng. or Posix users
50 additional Posix users

  • LDAP
  • RADIUS
  • Email Support

Add-On Features

  • Local Cache Server
  • 90 Day LDAP and RADIUS Logging
    & API Log Access
  • SUDOer Support
  • Event Logging (Coming soon...)
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An Engineering user ("Eng." user for short) is a user that is authorized to log into Unix/Linux systems using SSH keys. Normally these will be your Engineers and/or DevOps employees. A Posix user is a user that can log in to machines using a username and password only (i.e. Mac OS X).

 

Can Access Standard Posix Engineer
VPN
LDAP
RADIUS (Wi-Fi)
Posix Systems & Machines  
SSH Key Management      
Servers will force users to login with an SSH key that is managed by Foxpass. Foxpass can also integrate with your VPN to allow users to log in using their Foxpass credentials.
You can either manually manage users or configure Foxpass to automatically sync users and groups with Google Apps, Office 365, Bitium, or Okta.
Users can log into your WiFi network using their Foxpass credentials. No more WiFi passwords on whiteboards!
You don't! You can integrate Foxpass with your current root identity (whether that's Google Apps, Office365, Bitium, Okta, OneLogin, etc.) for single-sign on functionality. That way, users only need to know one password.