AdventNet Enhances SecureCentral ScanFi

By | December 11, 2006

SecureCentral ScanFi´s Version 4.2 Also Includes Provision to Re-Brand Reports, Public Key-Based Authentication for Scan Targets and Detection of Hardware & Software Inventory

AdventNet Inc., the leading provider of affordable Enterprise IT management & IT security software today announced an update to SecureCentral ScanFi, an automated vulnerability assessment and remediation software for detecting open ports, assessing and remediating vulnerabilities across heterogeneous networks. The software works with servers, workstations, laptops, routers, switches and other network entities. This update includes support for scanning and patching non-English language Windows OS´s like Spanish, German, French, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic, Thai and other foreign languages. To download a free trial copy of ScanFi, visit www.scanfi.com/

Anthony Acosta, CEO of Acosta Technologies, LLC, uses the ScanFi extensively for his consulting business. “ScanFi has proven to be a very useful tool in our IT consulting business as it allows us to quickly and efficiently assess a client´s network environment. The product works well in peer-to-peer and client-server environments. The AdventNet technical staff welcomes new feature requests by customers, and implements them quickly in the next version. We look forward to using AdventNet products for many years to come.”

“Protecting enterprise networks from Trojans, viruses, security vulnerabilities and other cyber attacks, which have multiplied over the years, forms an integral part of IT Security. ScanFi plays a major role in being an affordable and easy-to-use tool to accurately detect and remediate such network vulnerabilities and threats,” said G. Rajesh, Director of Product Management at AdventNet. “With these enhancements in the latest release and constant additions to the vulnerability database count, ScanFi offers more depth for the vulnerability management needs of enterprises,” he added.

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