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Lynis Enterprise (Self-Hosted)Full control over your hardware, operating system, and data
Self-hosted version of Lynis Enterprise
Do you prefer to host in your data center or private cloud? For this purpose we have a self-hosted version available.
This version is great for companies with a strict policy regarding online services, compliance, or the preference to customize the installation. Share your number of systems and any specific preferences, and we will send you a quote.
What our customers say
“I started using Lynis since the first releases and I have always been impressed by the consistency and the quality. I highly recommend companies to buy the commercial version.”
NJ OUCHN- Organizer Black Hat Arsenal
“Lynis is a great way to both quantify security risks within a Linux system and provide recommendations with where to start hardening. The world can use much more of these products. I will continue to use Lynis in my toolkit to help harden both my own and my client's systems.”
John Spar- Partner of Creative Roots, Inc
“Lynis is a great tool to test our baselines and identify current problems and gaps.”
Dolev Farhi- DevOps Engineer, F5 Networks
What are the differences with the SaaS version?
The self-hosted version runs in your IT environment, so no data is shared externally.
How does renewal work?
Contact Sales to help you with an easy renewal.
What are the requirements to run the self-hosted version?
See the self-hosted guide.
What about security?
Data exchange occurs via encrypted connections (HTTPS). No information goes out of your network with the self-hosted version.
Something is not clear to me. Where can I get more information?
Questions are feedback for us! Go ahead and ask.
Why would I upgrade to Enterprise?
Get access to the Enterprise functions, all plugins, support and guidance.
Can I try Lynis Enterprise first?
Sure, we have a trial available.
Does the solution work on Windows?
No. Our solution is highly specialized, making us different than our competitors. Therefore we focus only on Linux, *BSD, UNIX, and macOS.