Posted in News on June 01 2018 by Lansweeper Team
A vulnerability has been discovered in Google Chrome versions prior to 67.0.3396.62, which could result in arbitrary code execution. This can allow the retrieval of information, security bypasses, and denial-of-service vulnerability. There are currently no reports of these vulnerabilities being exploited in the wild.
To discover all assets with a Google Chrome version that is vulnerable, you can add this report in your Lansweeper installation.
Posted in News on May 04 2018 by Lansweeper Team
7-Zip Vulnerability Could Allow for Arbitrary Code Execution
A vulnerability has been discovered in 7-Zip versions prior to 18.05, which could allow for arbitrary code execution.
Depending on the privileges associated with the user, an attacker could then install programs; view, change, or delete data; or create new accounts with full user rights. Users whose accounts are configured to have fewer user rights on the system could be less impacted than those who operate with administrative user rights. There are currently no reports of this vulnerability being exploited in the wild.
Using a report to check which machines have a vulnerable version of 7-Zip and the Lansweeper deployment module, you can detect and update your vulnerable machines in no time.
Check out the complete step-by-step guide and tackle this threat with Lansweeper.
Posted in News on April 17 2018 by Lansweeper Team
Look at what we’ve been working on! A sneak preview of Microsoft Universal Inventory…
Software Asset Management is one of the most important practices in the world of information technology. SAM does not only allow businesses to streamline their processes but leveraging technology allows them to manage and optimize all tasks, processes, and activities around their software and applications.
In recent years, SAM&C changed and evolved significantly, which is one of the major reasons why the need for changes and developments in the associated technologies has become more real than ever before. The primary goal of the technologies associated with SAM&C is not only to minimize risks but also maximize value and make the most of investments and processes. And that’s exactly where Microsoft Universal Inventory comes into play.
How Universal Inventory will reduce licensing complexity
Using data available and accessible through several platforms including Lansweeper, Microsoft SCCM, and VMware vCenter, Microsoft Universal Inventory provides a holistic and accurate overview of the IT environment.
Once all the required information has been gathered, it is then normalized and checked for any inconsistencies to ensure that the resulting data set is not only complete but also free from any errors or inaccuracies that may have the potential to cause problems in the long run.
After receiving data, Universal Inventory finds corresponding records across the input. Then it consolidates that information into one line per user or device, to ensure that the resulting data set is free from any errors or inaccuracies that may have the potential to cause problems in the long run. To top it off, various services are available to normalize the resulting dataset.
Here’s the kicker. Once everything’s up and running, it takes just one click to refresh your data.
Posted in News on April 16 2018 by Lansweeper Team
We've created a brand new video for all IT Pros out there who still rely on static spreadsheets for their IT Asset Management & Network Inventory.
Without the proper asset tracking software, an IT professional may spend more time logging and tracking devices than improving the overall IT environment. If you still rely on static and error-prone Excel spreadsheets and CSVs to manage your IT, you might want to watch the video!
If you would like to dig a little deeper, have a look at our Video Demo Series. In less than 15 minutes, you can discover the full potential of Lansweeper.
Posted in Tutorials on April 13 2018 by Lansweeper Team
Short step-by-step tutorial on installing Lansweeper. An Easy Install, which is sufficient for most users with up to 1000 assets, will set up the database under Microsoft SQL compact database server and all Lansweeper components will be installed on the same machine.
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