We understand that it can be very difficult to find managed IT services and support company that covers Apple support, Windows support and Linux support.We use Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac OSX and Various Linux distributions on our own network....

Scanyoursecurity uses vulnerability scanning tools, both commercial and proprietary, as a part of our application assessment process. Vulnerability scanning is one part of our hybrid approach to application assessment. Combined with code review and security testing....

Your security team log many events -- more and more of them all the time. Unfortunately, they don't make much use of these logs except the oldest days when trying to understand something long after it happened.Firewall logs provide threats and traffic behaviour on the network....

Scanyoursecurity Firewall/Router Audit thoroughly evaluates the rule base for known security risks and policy violations. Firewalls and Routers must be implemented and maintained properly. Our Firewall/Router Audit provides a detailed analysis that reduces risks and increases perimeter security....


Scanyoursecurity is a consultancy responsible for protecting businesses from cyber threats, cyber-attacks, internal threats and business outages. Our technical experts have years of experience in recommending, specifying and implementing IT Security Solutions.

Port scanning is usually done in the initial phase of a penetration test in order to discover all network entry points into the target system. Port scanning is done differently for TCP ports and for UDP ports, which is why we have different tools. Before report, created result would have been completed with False Positive elimination accordingly.

Penetration Testing is to identify the presence of points where a threat (defined by the hacker) can be arranged with existing risks to achieve penetration. Scanyoursecurity helps to prevent penetration by identifying these points and providing effective methods for optimization before they are exploited by malicious hackers.


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  • [webapps] DarkComet (C2 Server) - File Upload
  • [webapps] D-Link DNS-325 ShareCenter < 1.05B03 - Multiple Vulnerabilities
  • [webapps] D-Link DNS-343 ShareCenter < 1.05 - Command Injection
  • [webapps] Synology Photostation < 6.7.2-3429 - Multiple Vulnerabilities
  • [webapps] Mambo < 4.5.4 - SQL Injection
  • [webapps] X-Cart < 4.1.3 - Arbitrary Variable Overwrite
  • [webapps] Claroline < 1.7.7 - Arbitrary File Inclusion
  • [webapps] CubeCart < 3.0.12 - Multiple Vulnerabilities
  • [webapps] SquirrelMail < 1.4.7 - Arbitrary Variable Overwrite
  • [webapps] PHPLib < 7.4 - SQL Injection
  • [webapps] Gallery 2 < 2.0.2 - Multiple Vulnerabilities
  • [webapps] phpRPC < 0.7 - Remote Code Execution
  • [webapps] Mambo < 4.5.3h - Multiple Vulnerabilities
  • [webapps] PEAR LiveUser < 0.16.8 - Arbitrary File Access
  • [webapps] Geeklog < 1.4.0 - Multiple Vulnerabilities
  • [webapps] ADOdb < 4.71 - Cross Site Scripting
  • [webapps] XPCOM - Race Condition
  • [webapps] SquirrelMail < 1.4.5-RC1 - Arbitrary Variable Overwrite
  • [webapps] PHPXMLRPC < 1.1 - Remote Code Execution
  • [webapps] PEAR XML_RPC < 1.3.0 - Remote Code Execution
  • [webapps] XOOPS < 2.0.11 - Multiple Vulnerabilities
  • [dos] Peercast < 0.1211 - Format String
  • [webapps] Burning Board < 2.3.1 - SQL Injection
  • [webapps] Invision Power Board (IP.Board) < 2.0.3 - Multiple Vulnerabilities
  • [webapps] AZBB < 1.0.07d - Multiple Vulnerabilities