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Random Password Manager

Lieberman Software Corporation

With hackers and even terrorist organizations attempting to breach computer systems and networks on a daily basis, the DoD must protect its data with vice-like tenacity. One way the U.S. Army ensures security for enterprise software wares operating on its Army Enterprise Infrastructure network is by issuing a ìCoNî or Certificate of Networthiness (ironically, to eliminate ìconsî and security breaches). Accordingly, Lieberman Software Corporationís Random Password Manager privileged identity management product recently received the U.S. Army CoN. Random Password Manager ìautomatically randomizes local administrator and root account passwords across every system in the enterprise.î It also permits temporary, on-demand recovery of current passwords. Additionally, unique account credentials are maintained by each system so that a decrypted local password cannot render unrestricted entire-network access. These missions are accomplished via a wide variety of features, likely the same ones that caught the U.S. Armyís eye: 1) Password recovery ñ Thanks to a secure Web interface, local passwords can be temporarily checked out by users; 2) Hardware encryption ñ Hardware-based encryption can be used to reach FIPS 140-2 level 2 and 3 encryption, using any PKCS#11 hardware provider; 3) Firecall accounts ñ Automated password randomization shields firecall accounts; and 4) Automatic resets, where passwords are re-randomized via a Web interface once the user has checked them in, among myriad other features.
Random Password Manager

FEATURES

  • Automatically randomizes local administrator and root account passwords across every system in the enterprise
  • Also permits temporary, on-demand recovery of current passwords
  • Unique account credentials are maintained by each system so that a decrypted local password cannot render unrestricted entire-network access
  • Secure Web interface for password recovery
  • Hardware-based encryption can be used to reach FIPS 140-2 level 2 and 3 encryption, using any PKCS#11 hardware provider
  • Automated password randomization shields firecall accounts
  • Automatic resets, where passwords are re-randomized via a Web interface once the user has checked them in

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