McAfee Security Scanner for Databases automatically finds databases on your network, determines if the latest patches have been applied, and tests for weak passwords, default accounts, and other common threats — making it easier to demonstrate compliance to auditors and improve protection of critical data assets.
If you are interested in an enterprise-class, centrally-managed database vulnerability management solution (with additional capabilities such as scheduled scans, scan history, McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (McAfee ePO) integration, etc.).
Tactical database security scanner — McAfee’s database security scanner (DSS) is aimed primarily at internal or external auditors looking to perform ad-hoc database vulnerability scans.
Maximum visibility into security posture — Security Scanner for Databases gives auditors, pen testers, consultants, and database administrators a solution for gaining unmatched visibility into an organization’s security posture by conducting a thorough check of more than 3,500 potential database vulnerabilities.
Actionable data to address risk — With Security Scanner for Databases, you can review expert recommendations to address these risks, helping to build an effective database security policy and meet regulatory mandates.
Features & Benefits
Prepare for and perform well during a security audit
Detect altered data, including modifications of privileges and user tables, while spotting security issues such as SQL injection vulnerabilities.
Accelerate time to compliance and minimize audit cycles
Use out-of-the-box compliance reports to uncover potential issues before an audit, minimizing the time and cost involved in confirming remediation post-audit.
Deliver speedy fixes to help address vulnerabilities while prioritizing issues
Organize items by priority and review actionable recommendations for remediation. The database browser interface allows for quick application of fixes across multiple databases.
Check password strength in the fastest and most efficient manner possible
Detect weak passwords, shared passwords, and hashes passwords while downloading data for local analysis to avoid affecting database performance.