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  2. Antivirus software - Wikipedia

    Antivirus software (abbreviated to AV software), also known as anti-malware, is a computer program used to prevent, detect, and remove malware. Antivirus software was originally developed to detect and remove computer viruses , hence the name.

  3. HitmanPro - Wikipedia

    HitmanPro (formerly Hitman Pro) is a portable antimalware program, which aims to detect and (if found) remove malicious files and registry entries related to rootkits, trojans, viruses, worms, spyware, adware, rogue antivirus programs, ransomware, and other malware from infected computers.

  4. Nessus (software) - Wikipedia

    Examples of vulnerabilities and exposures Nessus can scan for include: Vulnerabilities that could allow unauthorized control or access to sensitive data on a system. Misconfiguration (e.g. open mail relay, missing patches, etc.). Default passwords, a few common passwords, and blank/absent passwords on some system accounts.

  5. TreeSize - Wikipedia

    TreeSize can also monitor disk space usage development. The software either compares XML reports or uses shadow copies created by Windows itself or by the user. As of version 3.4, TreeSize Free can scan mobile devices connected to a computer via the Media Transfer Protocol. Android devices can be scanned via WebDAV.

  6. Dynamic application security testing - Wikipedia

    The big advantage of these types of tools are that they can scan year-round to be constantly searching for vulnerabilities. With new vulnerabilities being discovered regularly this allows companies to find and patch vulnerabilities before they can become exploited. As a dynamic testing tool, web scanners are not language-dependent.

  7. Scanner Access Now Easy - Wikipedia

    Scanner Access Now Easy (SANE) is an open-source application programming interface (API) that provides standardized access to any raster image scanner hardware (flatbed scanner, handheld scanner, video- and still-cameras, frame grabbers, etc.).

  8. Malicious Software Removal Tool - Wikipedia

    Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool is a freely distributed virus removal tool developed by Microsoft for the Microsoft Windows operating system. First released on January 13, 2005, it is an on-demand anti-virus tool ("on-demand" means it lacks real-time protection) that scans the computer for specific widespread malware and tries to eliminate the infection.

  9. Vulnerability (computing) - Wikipedia

    Vulnerability management is a cyclical practice that varies in theory but contains common processes which include: discover all assets, prioritize assets, assess or perform a complete vulnerability scan, report on results, remediate vulnerabilities, verify remediation - repeat.