Compare HashiCorp Vault vs. Thycotic Secret Server

HashiCorp Vault is ranked 9th in Enterprise Password Managers with 1 review while Thycotic Secret Server is ranked 3rd in Enterprise Password Managers with 4 reviews. HashiCorp Vault is rated 9.0, while Thycotic Secret Server is rated 8.8. The top reviewer of HashiCorp Vault writes "A Multi-platform solution to provide security and PCI compliance". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Thycotic Secret Server writes "Enables us to centrally manage and distribute secrets, but usability needs improvement". HashiCorp Vault is most compared with CyberArk Enterprise Password Vault, Thycotic Secret Server and LastPass Enterprise, whereas Thycotic Secret Server is most compared with CyberArk PAS, HashiCorp Vault and IBM Security Secret Server.
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It is an added value for our customers to have a Secrets Management workflow available that is PaaS/CaaS/KaaS Platform agnostic.

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It offers the possibility of secure administration of hardware devices, as well as Linux systems administration from a Windows environment.The most valuable feature of this solution is the random changing of passwords.Provides us with the ability to control access [to secrets] by groups.The ability to give some groups access to different kind of databases with the storage of a password is the most valuable feature.

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A drawback for some clients who have to be PCI compliant is that they still need to use and subscribe to an HSM (Hardware Security Module) solution.

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I would like to see the shadowing of ongoing terminal sessions (Remote Desktop Mirroring).We could definitely use some help with API tokenization. If we had a way to store tokens that would be fabulous.One of the things that we want is to be able to do some of the management of it using APIs.I don't know what kind of a cryptographic it uses to encrypt the password but it should be one of the stronger ones. Some of the cryptos have been accessed by hackers.

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It isn't terribly expensive.

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Overview

Vault is a tool for securely accessing secrets. A secret is anything that you want to tightly control access to, such as API keys, passwords, or certificates. Vault provides a unified interface to any secret, while providing tight access control and recording a detailed audit log.

Secret Server is the only fully featured Privileged Account Management (PAM) solution available both on premise and in the cloud. It empowers security and IT ops teams to secure and manage all types of privileged accounts and offers the fastest time to value of any PAM solution.

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Adobe, SAP Ariba, Citadel, Spaceflight, CruiseSecure-24, University of San Diego, International Rescue Committee, San Francisco Ballet, Perkins Coie, University of San Diego, D.S.S. Limited, Turbo's Hoet, Eclipse Computing, Cathay Bank, Stellarise, J&R Consulting
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Software R&D Company23%
Financial Services Firm15%
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Government6%
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