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External Vulnerability Scan

Assess your security from the outside

Do you recognize the potential open digital doors within your network's security?

The use of End-of-Life software, legacy protocols, or misconfigured security measures can create breaches in your website or network's defenses. 


Why Does Your Business Need a Vaulnerabilty scan?

Vulnerability scans look for open ports, outdated internet facings servers, misconfigured security and other holes that may be visible from the outside.  An external vulnerability scan is not as comprehensive as an internal pen test but its a great start to asses your attack surface from a first look from the out side in.

EOL Software

EOL or outdated internet facing software is often full of security vulnerability giving attackers an in to your systems


Identify Expired, wildcard certs or self-signed certs that could lead to increased risk


SPF and DMARC validation to help protect against spoofing and reduce the risk of sent emails being flagged as spam

Insecure Protocols

Scanning for use of older outdated protocols such as FTP, IMP, POP3, HTTP

We believe in securing the internet and are offering a 100% Free external scan to assess your external attack surface

Stay Proactive and sign up for your free external vulnerability scan for your business

Looking to be more thorough?
Fully Asses your security 
defense's with an internal Network Security Assessment

Pennatration testing simulates a hacker’s actions to test your defenses by looking for sensitive data, performing exploits, conducting man-in-the-middle attacks, cracking password hashes, escalating privileges and even impersonating users to find sensitive data.   

Pen Tests go beyond just identifying vulnerability by actually exploiting them to demonstrate what could happen if a hacker exploited your network.

Post reporting gives you full details on the discovered exploits so they can be remediated to keep your network safe.


Book a meeting or Contact us to find out how we can help plan your next project

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