Saner 4.1 unveils feature-packed release for Patch Management and encompasses performance optimization in all the tools. It offers patch rollback mechanisms for various Linux and Mac operating systems and supports remediation for non-security patches too. Following are the highlights of Saner 4.1 Release: Patch Management Automation now supports security and non-security patches. A software patch […]

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Saner 3.0 provides new administrative controls, consolidated reports across all clients, additional endpoint probes, scaling/performance improvements, and a variety of usability enhancements. Saner 3.0 Role-based Access Control New Features: Multiple User Roles are classified as Administrators, Account Administrators, Super Users, Normal Users, Server Administrators. Administrators can create multiple account administrators to delegate management of client/site accounts. Similarly, […]

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The main highlight of this release is the extension of our features to various Linux flavors such as CentOS, RHEL, Amazon Linux, Fedora, Ubuntu and other Debian and RPM based systems. Image courtesy: Rini Thomas @ SecPod What’s New in Release? Real-time analysis of Linux-based systems through an enormous list of queries such as System control settings, Processes, Services, […]

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SecPod Saner 2.1 provides exciting new features and bug fixes. Features include much more robust reporting, automated alerts, threat visualization and co-branding support for managed service providers. Administrators have a refurbished dashboard, which is fast and convenient. Quick links on the dashboard help search deeper into endpoint data. Remediation based on rules delineates status of […]

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With all the frightening stories of hackers at Black Hat, I stepped into not-just-yet-another-conference in Singapore. Situated at the plush location of the island country, Marina Bay Sands catered to one of the best security conference of this calibre. All renowned and well-informed security enthusiasts visited from all over the world to share their thoughts […]

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Commoditization, in business, is a term used when branded and unique software or goods in general become simple commodity in the eyes of market or consumers (source: wiki). As market matures, commoditization tends to increase. Opportunities stemming from Software Commoditization ‘Necessity is the mother of all inventions’ is a well-said proverb that fits precisely to […]

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Have you ever felt the ease of developing any application or idea that strikes your mind? Thanks to the evolution of middleware, that has helped us develop diverse software programs without perturbing ourselves about the core operating system or hardware. Middleware is reusable infrastructure software residing between applications and the underlying operating systems, networks and […]

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