HashiCorp Vault 1.3 adds new debugging command & more
HashiCorp Vault is focused on security, secret keeping, data encryption, and identity management. It keeps all your sensitive data, including API keys, passwords, and certificates, under wraps. Version 1.3 has now released to the public. Check out all the new updates made to HashiCorp vault, including some beta improvements, a new debug CLI command, and two new features just for Vault Enterprise.
HashiCorp created Vault with the intention of centrally securing and controlling sensitive data, from passwords to certifications and encryption keys. HashiCorp Vault uses a dynamic infrastructure and authenticates against trusted sources to keep your secrets safe and secure.
It can encrypt sensitive data without storing it, and all secret information stored in Vault has a lease which when expired, then revokes the secret.
On November 14, 2019 the newest version released to the public. HashiCorp Vault version 1.3 includes a few features for Vault Enterprise, as well as some new goodies for the free open source version.