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Cmd is ranked 22nd in Privileged Access Management while Stealthbits Privileged Activity Manager is ranked 20th in Privileged Access Management. Cmd is rated 0, while Stealthbits Privileged Activity Manager is rated 0. On the other hand, Cmd is most compared with , whereas Stealthbits Privileged Activity Manager is most compared with .
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Cmd is a Linux command-line visibility, protection, and authorization platform that's powerful yet easy to use.

With Stealthbits Privileged Activity Manager (SbPAM), organizations are empowered to reduce their risk footprint through a task-based approach to Privileged Access Management. SbPAM provides Administrators the exact level of privileges needed, exactly when they’re needed, for only as long as they’re needed, and returns the environment to a no-access-by-default state, immediately upon completion.

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