Instantly grant and revoke access to one or more servers for each of your team members allowing you to control who can access your servers, and client data.
You'll never need to add an ssh key to a server again. With individual accounts, each of your team members can manage their own SSH keys.
ServerAuth includes a small opensource agent for your server, which keeps your SSH keys in sync
Not at all. ServerAuth provides an opensource client for you to install, which periodically checks for changes to your SSH Keys.
Yes, We only store your public keys. Public keys alone can not provide someone with access to your servers and are perfectly safe to share. To make use of the key you'd need the matching private key to exist on the users computer.
Officially we support Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS and Fedora on your servers. Generally though because our client is opensource and runs as a very standard package, it should be compatible with almost all modern unix based systems.
As we're in early-access, as many as you like! We'll eventually have plans to choose from (And we'll give plenty of notice of this), along with a free plan.
We're still finalising our plans, but our goal is to always provide a free plan, along side an unlimited plan for organisations. Right now you can sign up for free and make full use of ServerAuth!
You can also Click Here to check out the documentation.