📄️ GO Endpoint Manager Linux
Linux-based operating systems have a widely known and easily understood permission pattern. Its segregation by the entities (owner, group, and others), combined with the actions (read, write and execute), reduces the possibility of granulation in environments where not even a privileged user could carry out changes that put at risk the functioning of a critical system.
📄️ Agent installation
This section, will cover the following features of senhasegura.go for Linux:
📄️ Access Control
📄️ Session recording
The agent senhasegura.go for Linux allows certain users to be monitored via video throughout their session, regardless of the binary they are running. This is possible through the secpack-trec terminal. To activate it, change the target user's default terminal.
📄️ Directory and file control
The Directory and file control functionality allows the administrator to register settings that will control the permission of Linux files and directories.
As stated earlier, policies written without a target user or resource, end up being valid for the entire system, increasing the risk of a total system lock.