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Tenable Network Security transforms security technology for the business needs of tomorrow through comprehensive solutions that provide continuous visibility and critical context, enabling decisive actions to protect your organization. Tenable eliminates blind spots, prioritizes threats, and reduces ...
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Prioritize Hosts Dashboard
Tenable.io Vulnerability ManagementWhat systems on your network need attention now? With all the administrative work you need to have done by yesterday, how do you prioritize mitigation efforts to deal with host vulnerabilities? The enhanced vulnerability detection capabilities of Tenable.io™ can help you make the best prioritization decisions for keeping your network secure. The Prioritize Hosts dashboard presents several lists of hosts requiring immediate attention, such as top hosts inf ...
Integrate Everywhere with Tenable.io
Successful vulnerability management (VM) programs aren’t isolated programs. Successful ones include active participants from multiple teams who can share data and results with each other, so that everyone benefits from greater visibility, automation and control. And while in the past VM providers haven’t made their products easy to integrate with, that changes with Tenable.io™. We designed Tenable.io to be the most open VM solution, with multiple ways to integrate it with other ...
National Cybersecurity Policy Adjustments
Securing the government’s information systems is one of the most important tasks facing the new administration. It is a challenge that agencies have struggled with for over 20 years, and with the increasing complexity of federal networks, it is becoming more difficult. Like their private industry colleagues, agencies are turning to cloud and IoT technologies to increase access and efficiencies. In doing so, they must address the exposure of their entire attack surface, including legacy pla ...
Apache Struts Jakarta Remote Code Execution (CVE-2017-5638) Detection with Nessus
A remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2017-5638) in the Jakarta Multipart Parser in certain versions of the Apache Struts framework can enable a remote attacker to run arbitrary commands on the web server. Since its initial disclosure, this vulnerability has received significant attention, and is reportedly exploited in the wild. Public exploits are also available for this vulnerability. Customers are advised to immediately patch their servers to the latest versions of Apache Struts or impl ...
Securing Today’s Elastic Attack Surface
Good cyber hygiene starts with visibility into all assets on your network. But with today’s infrastructures expanding into the cloud, web apps, virtual machines, DevOps containers, IoT and mobile devices, the network perimeter is disappearing and a comprehensive inventory is challenging to achieve. This "elastic attack surface" is expanding rapidly, creating security gaps and business risks. In a recent article on Dark Reading titled Securing Today's 'Elastic Attack Surface' Amit Yoran sha ...
Vulnerabilities by Common Ports Dashboard
Tenable.ioVulnerabilities within network services may result in data loss, denial of services, or allow attackers to facilitate attacks against other devices. Checking for insecure or non-essential services is critical to reducing risk on the network. By identifying open ports along with their associated services, you can ensure said services are necessary and the associated risks are mitigated accordingly. Leveraging Tenable.io™ enhanced vulnerability management capabilities provides an e ...
Elastic Infrastructure Demands Elastic Asset Licensing
Tenable.io Vulnerability ManagementHave you ever asked yourself why vulnerability management products are still licensed according to the quantity of scanned IP addresses? Maybe you have learned to accept it. Vendors have done it this way for years. This is how it works. So what is the problem? The IP-based licensing issue An IP address no longer uniquely identifies an asset ... a single asset can consume multiple licenses The problem is that with virtual infrastructure and mobile laptops, table ...
Understanding Tenable Plugins
Are you pluggin’ along looking for vulnerabilities? The heart of Tenable vulnerability detection comes from the individual tests called plugins – simple programs that check for specific flaws. Each plugin contains a vulnerability description, fix recommendations, and algorithms for detection. Tenable products receive new plugins nightly, which keep the tests current and relevant. Finding plugin information  SecurityCenter® has at least four places to research plugins: 1. Cl ...
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Detecting Cloudflare Usage
On February 17, 2017 a Google researcher stumbled onto a situation that some are calling Cloudbleed, where services running on Cloudflare servers were inadvertently causing chunks of uninitialized memory to be mixed with valid data. The Google researcher posted this description on the discovery. The uninitialized memory can contain encryption keys, passwords and other sensitive data. This data leakage is very critical due to the amount of caching found on the internet today. With the widespread ...
Leveraging the Cloud to Achieve Comprehensive Asset Visibility, Tracking and Security
The current IT landscape has fundamentally changed the way that organizations view their security and assess their overall risk posture. Technologies like cloud, DevOps deployments and containers behave in a radically different way than traditional assets. For example, they are often shorter lived or they often have owners outside of the IT department. If threats and vulnerabilities aren’t detected on these assets, these differences can lead to security gaps, and these gaps can provide bad ...

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