The easiest way to track down exposed assets – A built-in Spectre Meltdown checker The news about Spectre/Meltdown vulnerability have generated a lot of buzz in the industry lately. Essentially all CPU cores manufactured after 1995 are exposed to a flaw that could allow hackers to bypass the hardware barrier
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Using vScope for rightsizing and cost optimizations Cost optimization can effectively be contributed to by rightsizing your IT-environment. The preparation for migration of resources provides an excellent opportunity to assess possibilities for phasing out unused elements, and saving budget on operations and licenses. This precise situation was successfully handled by a customer of
Spectre & Meltdown vulnerability puts your organisation at risk 2018 starts off with two major security breaches called Spectre and Meltdown. In short, the Spectre & Meltdown vulnerabilities can allow unauthorized actors to steal sensitive information such as passwords, emails and credit card information from almost any computer or
How to use vScope to find Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities NOTICE - You will need a vScope 3 license in order to follow this tutorial The Spectre/Meltdown vulnerabilities could allow unauthorized actors to steal sensitive information such as passwords, emails and credit card information from basically any computer/server. In these
Licensing metrics from a vScope-installation is normally sent to InfraSight Labs in a so called heartbeat. Customers can easily retrieve this information from https://account.vscope.net. But there are times when one need to get the metrics in a raw format directly from the server. Here is how to do: Go to vScope at http://[YourvScopeServer]/ui and