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List of Vulnerability Scanning Tools

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List of Vulnerability Scanning Tools as Table

Name

Explanation

Membership

API

Other Vulnerability Scans
Mysql Empty Password Scanner If your MySQL server permits connection without a password, it is better to find this before people with malicious intentions. Yes Yes
SSH V1 Vulnerability Scanner Learn whether your SSH server supports less secure SSHv1 protocol. Check this vulnerability and configure your SSH server to support SSHv2. Yes Yes
Allowed HTTP Methods You can learn which HTTP methods are used for supporting your website with this tool. Yes Yes
SMBGhost Rce Vulnerability Scanner (CVE-2020-0796) A remote code execution vulnerability exists in the way that the Microsoft Server Message Block 3.1.1 (SMBv3) protocol handles certain requests. An attacker who successfully exploited the vulnerability could gain the ability to execute code or cause denial of service on the target server or client. Yes Yes
SSL Vulnerabilities
SSL/TLS Supported Cipher Check your SSL/TLS configuration for supported ciphers. Do not use weak ciphers. Also learning supported SSL cipher and making cross check with supported ones by security devices can be very important. No Yes
SSL Heart Bleed Check your SSL/TLS configuration for Heartbleed vulnerability. We want to make sure that you are using correct openSSL libraries that does not have any weakness. No Yes
SSL Poodle Check your SSL/TLS configuration for Poodle vulnerability. Make sure that you are using secure communication that is not breakable. No Yes
SSL Crime Check your SSL/TLS configuration for Crime vulnerability. Compression methods you are using may put you into danger. Let's check your SSL for compression security. No Yes
FTP Vulnerabilities
FTP Bounce Checker FTP bounce attack is a vulnerability type where an attacker who cannot access a server in the internal network by using targeted FTP server as a proxy to transfer files and scans ports. If this explanation sounds complex, don’t worry. You can check whether your server is impacted by this vulnerability by using our tool. Yes Yes
Proftpd Backdoor Checker If you are using PROFTPD for FTP server, it is better to check your system for a backdoor vulnerability that emerged in the past years. Yes Yes
Vsftpd Backdoor Checker If you are using VSFTPD for FTP server, it is better to check your system for a backdoor vulnerability that emerged in the past years. Yes Yes
Anonymous FTP Login Checker Some FTP servers do not require user authentication for file access. These servers permit anonymous login activities. If you don’t have a specific purpose, you should not let anonymous login to your FTP server. You can use this tool to check whether your FTP servers permits anonymous login. Yes Yes

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