This week, we are releasing SenservaPro v2.0.17 to General Availability. We have a bunch of new features that we are excited for you to try. Below is a Breakdown of the new features:
The Users Scan will now analyze the different Authentication Methods that a user account has configured. This will be used to determine MFA Status of the account.
Devices Owned List
Users who own devices will now have those listed in the Users Scan results. It is useful to know which users have devices assigned to them.
Federated Domains List
The Compliance Scan will now check for Federated Domains and list them out. Exploitation of Federated Domains has been a SolarWinds attack methods.
Unverified Domains List
Unverified Domains will also be scanned for and reported in the Compliance Scan. Unfamiliar Domains could be a vector for unauthorized action against your network.
Azure CIS MFA-related Checks
The Compliance Scan will now review more items for the Azure CIS 1.2.0 benchmark that relate to MFA status. MFA is an important tool our your security journey.
Administrative Units List
Use of Administrative Units will be listed out in the Compliance Scan. Administrative Units help to limit any one user’s influence on your network.
List of Soft-Deleted Objects (Users, Groups, Applications)
The Compliance Scan will now the list of Users, Groups, and Applications that have been soft-deleted from the network. These can be restored and used to compromise your network. It is best to perform a hard delete when possible.
SenservaPro Export Format
The export format from SenservaPro has been simplified. Check out our blog post about it!
That’s all we have for you this time. There’s a lot of new things here to keep you busy, but we’d love to hear from you. Let us know your feedback at [email protected], we use everything you send us to drive our development forward