Every network is vulnerable to attack–regardless of the hardware or software that it connects. Though many products offer patches and updates to address specific vulnerability risks, the fact is that new threats emerge every day. Firewalls, SSL and hardened networks are not enough to protect your users and their data. Further, before you identify a network security solution, you need to first know its vulnerabilities. Acunetix Online can help.
Though in the past macOS was thought to be more secure than Windows, according to Macworld, reports of macOS threat vulnerabilities rose nearly 29% between 2016 and 2017. These vulnerabilities are varied and include Denial of Service (DoS) and code execution vulnerabilities–with severity scores ranging from 9.3 to 10, which is highly critical. Acunetix Online’s vulnerability scanner can evaluate your network so you can identify potential external access points to patch and protect.
Acunetix vulnerability scanner offers advanced risk assessment
Acunetix Online uses integrated OpenVAS to scan, detect, and report on over 50,000 network vulnerabilities. As it is regularly updated, it can provide you with a clear and current assessment of your network’s security at any given moment.
Our tools also include integrated vulnerability management features to enable you to scan external portions of your network infrastructure, together with the ability to generate technical and compliance reports such as PCI DSS, HIPAA, ISO 27001 and others.
Try Acunetix vulnerability scanner today
Acunetix’s cloud-based vulnerability scanner allows you to run a full scan of web applications and more from your Mac with no downloads required. Scans can be scheduled to run weekly or monthly–based on your informational needs and network use.
Try out Acunetix Online and identify your network’s vulnerabilities at no risk. Take the first step in keeping your network infrastructure secure by trying our advanced Mac vulnerability scanner today.
We use Acunetix as part of our Security in the SDLC and to test code in DEV and SIT before being promoted to Production.