Main differences
between the
Enterprise and
Community Editions

The MazeRunner Community Edition is publicly available
for private initiatives and research endeavors at no cost or
commitment to purchase.

Community 1.10 Enterprise 1.9
Linux decoys
Windows decoys
User-provided decoy image (golden image)
Linux breadcrumbs
Windows breadcrumbs
Mac OS X breadcrumbs
Deception stories using business cases
Commercial use First 30 days only [1]
Large-scale deployment support
Remote deployment to endpoints through MazeRunner
Deception campaign auto-regeneration
Alerting through syslog and email
STIX/TAXII integration
Domain integration
Cuckoo sandbox integration
Alerting when attacker steals credentials using
Alerting of attempts to use deceptive credentials obtained using
Forensic Puller
Automatic HackBack
Remote Desktop session video recording
Security visualization
Attack stories for event investigation and reporting
Relay architecture for integrating multiple instances of MazeRunner
Custom service support
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[1] If you are installing MazeRunner Community Edition for your own private use in a non-commercial and non-production environment, you are not limited in the amount of "decoys" and "endpoints" you may deploy. If you are installing MazeRunner Community Edition on behalf of an organization, you may use the product solely for internal testing and evaluation of the software and its performance in a non-production environment. The software is not limited to any number of "decoys" and "endpoints" for the first 30 days, but its use is limited to 1 "decoy" and 10 "endpoints" following this 30-day period.

Please consult the full text of the license for additional details, as the full terms of the license govern.

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