Close the door on patch vulnerabilities
GFI LanGuard network security scanner can identify more than 60,000 vulnerabilities. It scans devices, identifies and categorizes security vulnerabilities, recommends a course of action and gives you the tools to solve the problem. The graphic threat level indicator provides an intuitive, weighted assessment of the vulnerability status of scanned devices
See your network and where threats get in
Automatically discover all the elements of your network: computers, laptops, mobile phones, tablets, printers, servers, virtual machines, routers and switches.
Group your devices for better management. Distribute management to different teams and still see everything from one central management dashboard
Find the gaps that threats exploit
Scan your network for missing patches. Over 5,000 patches are released every year; any one may be the flaw hackers target.
Find the gaps in Microsoft, MacOS, Linux operating systems. Identify missing patches in web browsers and 3rd party software such as Adobe, Java, and 60 more major vendors.
Identify non-patch vulnerabilities with an updating list of 60,000+ known issues as well as items like open ports and system information about users, shared directories and services
Patch the holes that make you vulnerable
Automatically deploy patches centrally, or by deploying agents on machines so they do it and save server processing. Don’t depend on individuals to keep your perimeter patched.
Control which patches you install and roll-back patches if you find problems.
Install more than just security patches: many patches fix bugs to help applications run better
Report on compliance & vulnerability requirements
Compliance regulations have many requirements to ensure financial, health, or other personal data is secure in networks and systems. Failing to comply or demonstrate compliance can mean serious fines, angry customers and lost business
Get the automated, formatted reports auditors need to demonstrate compliance for the multiple requirements in PCI DSS, HIPAA, SOX, GLBA, PSN, and CoCo regulations