I was wondering if anyone runs any vulnerability software on their client's systems. I have looked at GFI LANguard and eEye Retina Network Security Scanner. I think both software packages look good, but I wanted to get some feedback from someone who has used either one.Legacy Forum Name: Vulnerability Assessments, Legacy Posted By Username: ericpeterson
The Network Security Toolkit (NST) is a system that provides easy access and management capability to best-of-breed Open Source Network Security Applications. The purpose for development of the toolkit was to provide the network security administrator with a comprehensive set of Open Source Network Security Tools for testing, assessing, analysis, monitoring and validation of security architectures. The majority of Open Source tools published in the article: "Top 100 Security Tools by insecure.org" are available for use with the toolkit. A Web User Interface (WUI) was designed with the toolkit and provides the management component for a NST system. Access to a NST system can occur through Secure Shell (SSH), Virtual Network Computing (VNC) or a SSL Web connection (HTTPS). Documentation and downloads related to the NST project can be found at http://www.networksecuritytoolkit.org/
firstname.lastname@example.orgI have integrated the Secunia Network Software Inspector into Kaseya. It scans my windows clients every week for more then 6.000 vulnerabilities. When it finds a vulnerabilitie it creates an alarm or ticket in Kaseya.
We are creating scripts to install automaticly updates for the most common programs ie Adobe reader, flash, java.
ColdfirexHow were you able to integrate it into Kaseya?
Does anyone know of anything comparable that is free/open source and could possibly be scripted via Kaseya?