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Sensors introductionđź”—

AQtive Guard sensors power an in-depth analysis of your organization’s cryptographic assets, enabling you to optimize security and effectively manage your cryptographic resources.

Under Sensors in the left-hand navigation menu, you’ll find a list of the AQtive Guard sensors:

  • Java Tracer - a Java tool that logs cryptographic calls made by a Java application running in a JVM.
  • .NET Tracer - a .NET profiler that logs cryptographic calls made by a .NET application.
  • OpenSSL Tracer - a dynamic library that logs cryptographic calls made by an application dynamically linked to OpenSSL.
  • PKCS#11 Tracer - a dynamic library that logs cryptographic calls made by an application to an HSM.
  • Filesystem Scanner - a command-line application that scans filesystems or container images to find cryptographic material; logs a format suitable for treatment by AQtive Guard.
  • Java Bytecode Scanner - complements the Java Tracer by providing information about the code under test.
  • Network Analyzer - parses PCAP files and identifies cryptographic objects within these network captures.
  • PKCS#11 Fuzzer - an executable that runs a set of standard baseline tests on a PKCS#11 device to be uploaded to AQtive Guard for analysis.

Tip

Documentation varies depending on the nature of each tool. Use the search box at the top of this guide to find specific topics and instructions.