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beSECURE: Designed for MSPs to Scan Hundreds of Businesses

Security services for the Managed Service Provider Get started with our hosted service and pay as you go just for the scans you initiate on external IPs and web sites. Later, add a network IP scanning service and install Local Scanning Servers into networks to do internal network scanning. Whether in a security operating center (SOC), an ASP […]

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Networks

Network Security and the Fourth Pillar

The three crumbling pillars of network security Why is network security getting harder? Access control, firewall and Intrusion Prevention Systems are failing to keep attackers from reaching vulnerable systems and network administrators have added as many layers beyond those as possible to no avail. This is a problem because successful attacks are often done with […]

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Applications - August 17, 2018

Why Patching Everything Fails

Hundreds of millions of records have been stolen in recent corporate data loss incidents All of these compromised networks had patching programs in place. Yet every one of them fell victim to a KNOWN vulnerability, meaning that the weaknesses that hackers used were well described and discussed in the public domain and that, in theory, […]

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Applications - August 1, 2018

Which Is The Smarter Fuzzer? A Review of Beyond Security beSTORM® and Codenomicon Defensics®

Dynamic testing tools – feedback from a beSTORM® buyer Software applications are by nature prone to vulnerabilities. Of course, software developers identify and fix functional or logical errors during the development phase itself. But as so many Zero Day exploits continue to remind us, many unknown software vulnerabilities do still manage to slip past the […]

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Applications - July 31, 2018

Black Box Testing for Software and Hardware

Black box testing for the enterprise A multi-protocol fuzzer for black box testing beSTORM represents a new approach to security auditing. This new approach is sometimes called “fuzzing” or “fuzz testing” and can be used for securing in-house software applications and devices, as well as testing the applications and devices of external vendors. Most security […]

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