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Rbac-lookup is a command line tool that helps in managing Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) policies. RBAC is a security model that assigns roles to users and defines their permissions within an organization's system.

With rbac-lookup, you can conveniently search for RBAC information, providing a quick way to obtain details about roles, users, and permissions. It offers various features to simplify RBAC administration and improve security.

  1. Rbac-lookup allows you to look up RBAC roles and associated permissions for a particular user. This helps in auditing and verifying access rights.
  2. It provides the capability to list all users assigned to a particular role, making it easier to manage role assignments.
  3. rbac-lookup can retrieve the list of all roles available in the RBAC system, enabling administrators to have an overview of the roles.
  4. It supports searching for users who have specific permissions. This is beneficial for debugging and ensuring that permissions are properly assigned.
  5. The tool allows you to view the hierarchy of roles, showcasing the relationships between different roles.
  6. Rbac-lookup can display detailed information about a specific role, including its permissions and the users assigned to it.
  7. By utilizing rbac-lookup, you can identify potential security vulnerabilities by examining overlapping or conflicting permissions assigned to different roles.
  8. The tool supports querying by partial role or user names, making it flexible in searching for specific entries.
  9. Rbac-lookup provides customizable output formats, allowing you to choose between different output styles like JSON or CSV.
  10. This command line tool is a handy utility for RBAC administrators, making RBAC management more efficient and facilitating better access control.

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