Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer 2.1.1

Microsoft Corporation - (Freeware)



Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer is a handy utility that makes an audit of the computer security offering solutions for a strong security in the same time.

Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer is a tool for IT professionals that allows analysis of the operating system (Windows NT/2000/XP/Server 2003, Vista ) looking for any breach of security providing practical and customized solutions. Only users with administrative privileges can use this service.

The software can help small and medium enterprises ( SMEs) to determine their level of security providing a scan of one computer or several computers in the same workgroup. In addition, it provides guidelines for improving the safety management of IT infrastructure of the company in accordance with Microsoft security recommendations.

The research will focus on key vulnerabilities of the system, in connection with the administration of Windows, IIS and SQL passwords.

Title:
Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer 2.1.1
File Size:
1.5 MB
Requirements:
Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / Windows7 / Windows8
Language:
en-us
License:
Freeware
Date Added:
23 Oct 2009
Publisher:
Microsoft Corporation
Homepage:
http://www.microsoft.com
MD5 Checksum:
43BD093308FD07F1C2677B60918B4719

- KeePass is now developed and compiled using Visual Studio
2005 (with MFC 8.0); older compilers and IDEs aren't
supported anymore
- Implemented C-style interface for plugins (KP_Query and
KP_Call; MFC is not required anymore to build KeePass
plugins!)
- Heavily restructured the source code (extracted KeePass core
library, separated platform-dependent and platform-
independent code)
- Workspace is now locked automatically if Windows is locked or
the user switches to a different account (Windows XP only)
- Improved single-instance behaviour
- Improved support of paths with mixed directory separators
- Improved command-line handling (thanks to Bill Rubin)
- Changed command-line parameter handling for plugin parameters
(thanks to Bill Rubin for this patch)
- Improved plugin handling (DLLs are checked for interface
methods; improved KeePass startup performance)
- Added update checking feature (automatically and manually;
the ChkForUpd plugin project is discontinued)
- Password list is refreshed after auto-typing a TAN number
- Fixed a bug that caused the group focus to jump to the first
group after saving the database (when having the entry-backup
and the delete-backups-before-save options enabled)
- Handle to plugin manager window is passed to plugins in
KPM_DIRECT_CONFIG and KPM_PLUGIN_INFO messages
- When performing 'save-as' the lock files are updated now (the
one of previously opened file is deleted, a new one is
created for the new database)
- Tray menu items are now disabled when KeePass displays a
modal dialog
- Added advanced option to disable the 'save' button if the
database hasn't been modified
- Renamed default file menu items (new, open, save, ...)
- Improved {CLEARFIELD} behaviour
- Other improvements and bugfixes




Screenshots

Related software





User Rating:

4.2/5 from 13 users

Like US