We spot differences!

Be notified and react when a file change on your systems

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Stuckd will scan each file in your target directories/hosts and will compare not only the content but also file's metadata like permissions, ownership, date, and size. With its granular filtering system, you can focus on the only differences that matter to you



From the stuckd console, you have a clear and in-depth overview of the difference between your systems. You can analyze the difference between two files (metadata or content) and align specific files with one click.



Some files, like logs or environment configurations, are supposed to be different between different hosts/directories. With stuckd, you can decide to ignore by file extension or specific paths and focus on what really matters



Stuckd can be configured to periodically check your target directories and send you a notification if some file has been modified. In this way, you can promptly intervene if unauthorized activity has been performed on your systems.



When stuckd is monitoring your systems, you can configure it to perform different automation depending on the target directory affected. You can, for example, automatically align files between different directories/hosts, or rollback the change (*) or notify your security team to follow up with an in-depth analysis.



Whenever stuckd perform an action or detect a change, you can configure it to automatically execute custom commands. For example, you can restart your service when a configuration file has been changed or call your monitoring system API to trigger an alarm.


Stuckd connects to your systems using SSH and scans each file in the target directories. Stuckd compare the output between target directories and display differences in content, permissions, ownership, size or modified date.
During the closed beta, Stuckd is running in agentless mode, which means that inbound connections from stuckd servers need to be allowed. We are aware that every customer has different network and security requirements and constraints, for this reason, we are implementing an open-source agent which will run on your server and push the output on Stuckd servers (outbound connections only). If your network and security requirements are even more strict, with the enterprise plan you can have a totally isolated stuckd installation on-premises.
Stuckd currently supports only unix-like systems with SSH. When we will add the option to use a local agent, we plan to support both Unix-like and Windows-like systems.
Only if you explicitly opt-in. By default, stuckd is not storing any files or content. We store only the metadata needed to track the differences between files (filename, hash, permissions, size, modified date, and ownership). You can decide to store a copy of the files on stuckd servers if you want to be able to rollback unauthorized changes. In the future, we plan to expand this features giving you the possibility to store these files on a user's defined and owned storage system.

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