Scan All Your Client Sites & Manage Them Through One Dashboard
VulScan by RapidFire Tools is a stand-alone internal and external scanning solution that can be integrated with other tools. It consists of a web-based client site management portal and licenses to set up one or more virtual network scanners at each site using our software and Hyper-V or VMWare.
The short video below shows you how it works.
Scanner Appliances / Data Collectors
VulScan has no limitation on the number of scanners you can use. If you have a number of remote branches, a large network, or a distributed network, you can have as many data collectors as necessary at no extra charge. Setting up new scanning appliances is a snap.
VulScan PVS: The Optional Portable Scanner Add-On
Sometimes, there are circumstances that call for an ad hoc or one-time vulnerability assessment when you wouldn’t want to permanently install a scanning appliance on the network. That’s where the VulScan PVS add-on subscription comes in. With it you can create a physical appliance to perform network vulnerability scans on multiple networks without consuming VulScan permanent site licenses.
MSPs can use VulScan PVS to perform ad-hoc vulnerability scans for prospecting and as part of one-time paid security assessments. Internal IT Pros can use VulScan PVS to perform vulnerability scanning for temporary offices, and for ad hoc scans after major network changes.
Access your Clients’ Vulnerabilities Anywhere at Anytime
Vulnerabilities can develop at any given time to any given client, and when they crop up you want to know!
VulScan automatically performs regular vulnerability scans at each client site according to the intervals you set up. When each scan is complete, you’ll be notified by email with a summary of what’s been discovered. If you see anything that needs immediate attention, you can access the web-based client dashboard from any device, from anywhere, at any time.
You can access all your client sites through a single dashboard and drill down into all the details. Easily set up and manage all your data collector/scanners from the same place. The graphical interface is easy to use and lets you quickly identify and sort issues. You can also view your clients’ trends over time.
Email Alerts Let You Know of Issues Immediately
Once a scan is complete, VulScan generates an email alert to everyone on your notification list — including your ticketing system, if desired. You have the option of having a comprehensive alert sent out with all the details of everything discovered, or a summary alert which is filtered by issue or device. (See example below).
You’ll also get notified in the event that the scan fails for any reason.
Scan & Notification Options
Not all IT environments and security requirements are the same, which is why VulScan lets you pre-set the type of vulnerability scan you want to run for each appliance.
Select an appliance to execute the scan, whether a single scanner covering an entire site, or one of several you have monitoring a site. Then decide what level of scan to run:
A fast, low impact scan that checks all standard port ranges and excludes brute force log-in attempts.
A standard scan, which significantly expands ports scanned and includes brute force log-in attempts.
A comprehensive scan, which hits every single port on every device in your selected IP range, looking for vulnerabilities and attempted brute force log-ins.
Once you establish the type of scan and range, set the date, frequency and email address the alerts and notifications should be sent to. Set options for receiving full-detail alerts of everything found or abbreviated alerts with high-level reviews of what’s going on and known solutions available.
False Positive Management
Nothing is more disruptive to vulnerability management than the “noise” created by false positives — situations you are aware of and don’t need or want those specific notifications.
VulScan includes a powerful yet easy-to-use rules engine that ignores specific vulnerabilities you’re already aware of. Apply the rule to a specific OID or device or any combination. Select a specific start and stop date, if desired. For example, you have plans to patch out a vulnerability, so you can set a time limit and when the time limit expires, the issue will again show in your alerts.
Automatic Service Ticket Creation
You can connect your PSA to each site, allowing Vulnerability Scanner to send the alert data to ConnectWise, Autotask, BMS, Tigerpaw or any ticketing system with an email parser.
Request a Demo
Still not sure that VulScan is right for you? Click here to schedule your personal one-on-one demo to see what Vulnerability Scanner can do for you.