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Cmd is a Linux command-line visibility, protection, and authorization platform that's powerful yet easy to use.

Recording and storage of all remote sessions performed through the solution for later viewing.

The recording can be used to prove the change to a database, identify an improper action in a critical system, find the root cause of a problem, or meet audit, inspection or legal demands.

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447,546 professionals have used our research since 2012.
Cmd is ranked 29th in Privileged Access Management while senhasegura Session Management is ranked 24th in Privileged Access Management. Cmd is rated 0.0, while senhasegura Session Management is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Cmd is most compared with , whereas senhasegura Session Management is most compared with .

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