Release Notes: This major release improves the management of the user identity, the modeling of the structural relations, and the communications between the simulated software.
Release Notes: This release is mainly to fix a critical bug on the NoMore-NoLess views on Windows, and to allow use of the ORACLE JRE 7 with the previous bases from an old JRE.
Release Notes: This is a minor release, mainly to fix some bugs. To prepare the next version regarding the integration of several simulations, the external AclEntries and the external Linked Privileges are better managed. A new policy checksum helps to compare the simulations having the same ACS type.
Release Notes: This release added simulation of MySQL Server (components, privileges, privilege sorting at any level), simulation of numerous new concepts including information systems, aliases, typed privileges, virtual folders, and rights inheritance, an information system window, multi-threaded diagrams, and a powerful framework of ACS add-ons for new simulations.
Release Notes: This version fixes 3 major bugs in the rights processing, and some minor bugs.
Release Notes: This version fixes three major bugs and some minor bugs, and provides a new handling of the GUI saving.
Release Notes: This version fixes minor bugs in the GUI and the documentation. It adds a section in the tutorial 3 called, "verifying access controls with Access Road."
Release Notes: Access Road is a universal simulator of access controls, to improve the design and the audit in the IT security domain. Two out-of-the-box simulations are provided: Linux Ubuntu access controls, and a Role-Based-Access-Control-model application. By design, the program may be customized to simulate real software: their structure, their behavior, their objects, and their rights. The GUI is very versatile, to allow both simple and complex simulations and checkings (like the compliance with some security rules). Detailed text and powerful diagrams are generated for each simulation.