Free Tool: 1.1.6.c: Insecure Services, Protocols, Ports


Shows all known insecure services, protocols and ports, according to known standards, used on endpoints



 









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1.1.6.c: Insecure Services, Protocols, Ports   Shows all known insecure services, protocols and ports, according to known standards, used on endpoints


As a part of documenting of business justification of usage of insecure protocols (PCI DSS 1.1.6), this query will display a list of insecure ports, services and protocols used on each endpoint and help you document justifications of their usage. As a guidance on services, ports and protocols considered to be insecure, refer to industry standards, such as NIST. If insecure services, protocols, or ports are needed for the organization, the knowns risks of these protocols must be estimated and approved by the organization, the use of the protocol should be justified, and the security mechanisms that enable these protocols to be used safely must be deplyed and maintained.

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1.1.6.c: Insecure Services, Protocols, Ports
 




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