Temporary Shell Access to your Servers

We all know it: it’s not best practice to access your production servers
directly through shell, but there are times we have to do it.

Today we are announcing a new feature to make those occasions safer:
Temporary shell access rights to your servers.

To avoid the dangers of forgetting to close your shell ports after
you’re done, you can now use access leasing from the security page.

Just click on the plug icon and the form is prefilled with your current
IP address. You need to select a time period (10 mins or 20 mins) and
the port will be only open for that period of time.

After that the ports will be closed and the access rights will be
revoked.

As you well know, it is best not to use this on production servers, but
for other environments and those emergency occasions, use this feature
to stay safer.

Khash Sajadi

Khash is the founder and CEO of Cloud 66, a full stack container management as a service. Follow him on @khash

London, UK and San Francisco, US
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