All download links for PrivX and its optional components are listed below. If you prefer installing from the RPM repository, please see Setting up PrivX Components.
Automate administrative access across hybrid and multi-cloud environments.
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- Download PrivX 18.0 for RHEL/CentOS 7/Amazon Linux 2
- Download PrivX 18.0 for RHEL/CentOS 8
Or install PrivX using SSH RPM Repository Setting up PrivX Components
For automated AWS HA installations, see PrivX-on-AWS CDK project.
Users can connect to target hosts/accounts using the SSH clients installed on their workstations without the PrivX GUI. Connections are authenticated against PrivX. This configuration requires a PrivX agent to be installed on the user's workstation.
Alternative way for native clients would be to use SSH Bastion, which requires no additional software to be installed.
Users can use PrivX to connect to HTTP and HTTPS websites. Access to shared accounts are provided in a role-based fashion. Your PrivX deployment must include at least one PrivX Carrier and PrivX Web Proxy component.
- Download PrivX 18.0 Carrier for RHEL/CentOS 7
- No updated version of Web Proxy for RHEL/CentOS 7, download 17.1 version
- Download PrivX 18.0 Carrier for RHEL/CentOS 8
- No updated version of Web Proxy for RHEL/CentOS 8, download 17.1 version
A PrivX Extender relays host connections, allowing connections to target hosts that are not directly accessible by PrivX, e.g. target hosts without public IP addresses in Virtual Private Cloud.
Updated about 16 hours ago