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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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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Why Supportability is so important to us

Dear JDisc users, do you feel like the guy in the image when talking to support hotlines? Are you playing ticket ping pong with the support engineer who is permanently asking for new log files or further information? This troubleshooting process can be very time-consuming and frustrating on both sides. At JDisc, we have always[...]
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oVirt Support Added

Dear JDisc friends, We are continuously improving our scanning capabilities. Starting with build 5130, we will support Red Hat’s oVirt virtualization management software (starting with version 4). oVirt is similar to VMware’s VCenter. oVirt lets you define virtual datacenters, clusters and assign physical servers to the clusters. The support also includes Oracle’s Virtualization Management software[...]
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Do you know all your Dishwashers?

Dear JDisc friends, we are constantly adding new protocols to improve device detection. The upcoming version (5106) will add two new main protocols to discover IoT devices: mDNS (Multicast DNS) UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) What is mDNS and UPnP? Home automation and IoT devices often support the mDNS and UPnP protocols to publish their[...]
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Do you know all your Dishwashers?

Dear JDisc friends, we are constantly adding new protocols to improve device detection. The upcoming version (5106) will add two new main protocols to discover IoT devices: mDNS (Multicast DNS) UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) What is mDNS and UPnP? Home automation and IoT devices often support the mDNS and UPnP protocols to publish their[...]
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Pending Updates

Dear JDisc friends, upon a customer request, we have implemented a new feature to collect the list of pending updates on Windows and Linux computers. Three weeks ago, we added this feature for Linux and with build 5086 we finalized the data collection for Windows computers. We hope that this data helps to keep your[...]
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Local User Password Information

Dear JDisc Users, we have extended our Security Add-On to collect information about local users and their password information. The issue with local users is that they are difficult to control. For users who are part of a Windows domain, it is pretty simple to configure policies to change the password on a regular basis.[...]
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