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    dirt6ix
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    I’m a Network Admin for a fairly small company. Last week the power supply on my domain controller went out which also blew a circuit that messed up our credit card processor. Since its old and doesn’t comply with the new security chip we had to go with a new credit card setup.

    We are now setting up our receptionists to process the credit cards online through a banks website. Once they are done they are going to do a security scan on my network.

    Does anyone know if they will require me to setup my domain again? I have a boss who gives me like no funding for his network.

    I was just curious what their scan will entail. Will they require certain ports to be blocked etc.

    By the way I am really impressed with this website. As a network admin I have been trying to study penetration testing to get my Network more secure. This is the best site I’ve found. I’m still working on my basic course, but have every intention of going through many of these courses.

    Thanks,

    Ryun

    #85338

    smeek
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    Might vary depending on the scope of the providers services and whether they are actually a QSA or just doing a simple scan. Normally scanning requirements vary by merchant level. Here’s a good overview.

    Merchants

    #85340

    dirt6ix
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    Thanks smeek. I’m reading through it now.

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