Scanning your Kubernetes Cluster

Dear JDisc friends, with release build 5198 for our network scanner JDisc Discovery, we have completely changed the way we scan Kubernetes clusters. Up until now, users were able to define default access tokens for Kubernetes clusters, which were tried against the cluster whenever we found one. This approach does not really make a lot[...]
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New Remote Desktop Services Client Access License Discovery

What are Client Access Licenses (CALs)? Client Access Licenses (CALs) are a licensing model used by software vendors, especially for server software like Microsoft Windows Remote Desktop, to regulate how users and devices access their servers. Essentially, CALs provide authorization for users or devices to connect to and utilize the server software’s services. CAL servers[...]
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Improved Password Manager Integrations

Dear JDisc friends, we added a pretty cool improvement for our Delinea SecretServer integration. You might know that we can integrate several password managers: CyberArk Delinea (Thycotic) SecretServer Passwordstate Manage Engine PMP With the integration, you will be able to select credentials from the password managers and use them when scanning devices. So far, the[...]
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Web UI – Custom Reports

Dear JDisc friends, One of the significant features that JDisc Discovery provides, to strengthen reporting operations over the collected data, is Custom Reports. Apart from the numerous predefined reports, users might configure their own reports inside the application and cover their special needs.  Custom reports might be configured through a guiding wizard or by providing[...]
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SSH Vulnerability – CVE-2023-48795

Dear JDisc friends, we have been notified by our SSH client library vendor Jadaptive that there is a critical security issue within the SSH server and client implementations. Refer to the terrapin-attach homepage and check out the CVE-2023-48795 for more details! What does that mean to you? Well, on the JDisc Discovery side you will[...]
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Web UI – Custom Attributes

Dear JDisc friends, Custom attributes allow users to extend device discovery with custom properties and attach them to devices. This feature is supported in our client for quite some time. In release 5176, we have redesigned and implemented this feature in the new Web UI. We  have published a video to explain the basic concepts[...]
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Supported Devices

Dear JDisc friends, As an IP scanner product that detects all devices on your network, we pretty often get the question about what devices we support. What device types, vendors, and operating systems, and do we have special scan procedures for dedicated software items? Answering that question was always pretty challenging for us, and we[...]
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Manage Access Credentials in JDisc Discovery

Dear JDisc users, JDisc Discovery requires access credentials to get excellent and complete inventory information. Configuring access credentials can be difficult and, in some cases, dangerous if not used properly. JDisc Discovery uses a variety of protocols and APIs to obtain information, and all of them require credentials. Furthermore, there are different locations where to[...]
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