Suppose a hacker get his/her way over my laptop and over my browser and somehow get's my kaseya password.
He/She will have full access to ALL MY AGENTS, provide that the agent is on-line.
Just need to click on each on-line agent and bum!!! the computer is open to him.
How to prevent that?
Another remote control software that I use has a second layer password, so when I connect to the remote computer, I still need to inform an username/password to get in.
The way Kaseya is today, it's too fragile if my password is hacked.
Setup and configure AuthAnvil so you will have two-factor authentication?
+1 on Authanvil......works great, not too expensive and provides significant peace of mind
Yep AuthAnvil is the way to go, you can set it up for your PSA and any endpoints as well.