Sunbelt Upgrades Network Vulnerability Scanner

Kara Reeder

Sunbelt Software has upgraded its network vulnerability scanner, Sunbelt Network Security Inspector. According to the press release, the new scanner boasts a new scanning engine, a more intuitive user interface and the ability to schedule scans.


Computer Business Review notes that the core anti-virus detection engine has also been reworked to detect existing malware and new, unknown threats and variants.


SNSI can handle Windows, Mac, Unix and Linux platforms. Pricing is based on the size of the company, from $795 for organizations under 100 employees to $3,495 for organizations with over 500 employees.

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Feb 9, 2009 10:48 AM LMurrell LMurrell  says:

Sunbelt Network Security Inspector uses an updated "vulnerability scanning engine" - not an antivirus engine. Computer Business Review mentions VIPRE technology and MX-Virtualization in their article but it does not have anything to with the vulnerability scanner product  - that is part of Sunbelt's VIPRE Antivirus product, not Sunbelt Network Security Inspector.


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