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BeyondSaaS

Posted November 4, 2013    Morey Haber

In the next few weeks, you will see the BeyondTrust marketing engine hit warp speed. Pure power and energy will drive this unstoppable force showcasing the next generation of BeyondTrust technology.  BeyondSaaS is an easy-to-use, self service, cloud-based vulnerability assessment scanning solution that addresses perimeter-based assets currently not addressed due to cost or incomplete vulnerability…

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Showcasing Retina Network Security Scanner Unlimited with Marc Maiffret

Posted October 29, 2013    Sarah Lieber

Last week BeyondTrust’s CTO, Marc Maiffret, took us through an introduction, demo and Q&A of Retina Network Security Scanner Unlimited. Retina Network Security Scanner is the fastest, most mature vulnerability assessment solution on the market, and is now available for only $1,200 per year. Features available in Retina Network Security Scanner Unlimited include: Unlimited IP…

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Privilege gone wild! Our latest survey finds privileged users are out of control.

Posted October 22, 2013    Sarah Lieber

Did you know that 40% of employees have unnecessary access rights? What about that over 25% of employees admitted to having retrieved information not relevant to their job like financial, reports, salary info, HR and personnel docs? Now have I caught your attention? As our latest security survey proves, insider threats continue to be a…

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Scalability Part Deuce

Posted October 9, 2013    Morey Haber

It was great to see a flood of email on the previous scalability blog. Thank you all for the emails directly to me on the topic. Based on the responses, I would be remiss not to cover the other three sides of scalability. First, is how we scale down. Retina is a family of solutions….

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Now Available: Retina Unlimited – $1,200 Unlimited IP Addresses

Posted October 8, 2013    Marc Maiffret

It has been over 15 years since we first introduced Retina, the Network Security Scanner, to the world. In those early days the vulnerability assessment space was still in its infancy with much of the focus being around scanning network based services for remotely exploitable vulnerabilities. Back then there were no compliance mandates or policies…

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Scalability When You Need It

Posted September 25, 2013    Morey Haber

I think we have all been there before. We pilot a solution, run the gambit of tests in the lab, and when it comes to production, the scalability falls flat on its face. It does not matter if the solution was architected correctly for the environment with multiple nodes, high performance database, and tons of…

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Building Automated Vulnerability Audit Groups

Posted September 20, 2013    Bill Tillson

From time to time, the field engineering team and I see the same request cross our desks in a short period of time. This time it was how to remove certain types of audits from running when performing a vulnerability scan originating from Retina CS. The old way of doing things would have required the…

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Live from VMWorld

Posted August 27, 2013    Morey Haber

This time it is all about virtualization and rightfully so. VMWorld 2013 is one of the largest shows I have seen in a long time, focused solely on a single subject and vendors are spread out across the expo floor covering everything from layer 7 switching fabrics for virtualized networks, to high speed SSD caches…

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August 2013 Patch Tuesday

Posted August 13, 2013    BeyondTrust Research Team

Just a little over one week after hackers flooded Vegas for BlackHat and Defcon, August’s Patch Tuesday greets us with eight bulletins: three critical and five important. Software fixed this month includes Internet Explorer, Exchange, Windows, and Active Directory. MS13-059 addresses 11 privately disclosed vulnerabilities, including multiple memory corruptions, an information disclosure, and a privilege…

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July 2013 Patch Tuesday

Posted July 9, 2013    BeyondTrust Research Team

July’s patch Tuesday fixes vulnerabilities in .NET, Windows, and Internet Explorer. There are a total of seven bulletins addressing 34 unique vulnerabilities; six bulletins are rated critical and one is rated important. MS13-052 addresses a TrueType font parsing vulnerability in .NET (CVE-2013-3129, also addressed in MS13-053 and MS13-054), as well as six other vulnerabilities. This…

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