On December 10, a critical vulnerability was discovered in the Log4j component from the Apache Software Foundation, rated at a maximum of 10 on the CVSS scale.
The Log4j component (also known as Log4Shell and LogJam) is a Java-based logging package used by developers to log errors. At the moment, it is already known that the CVE-2021-44228 vulnerability affected a large number of software, including some services of the largest tech companies such as Amazon, Apple, Cisco, Google, Microsoft, Steam and IBM. The Dutch Cybersecurity Center has created a regularly updated doc on GitHub listing the affected applications.
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Today we have released another update for Total Network Inventory: Change log is now also integrated into the Task Scheduler!
Initially, a new Task Scheduler could handle the following tasks: network scanning, synchronization with AD, building table reports, data import and backup. From now, you can build reports on hardware and software changes of computers and servers in your network on a schedule.
We have also implemented an extended collection of information about USB devices: names are displayed immediately with detailed information, and popular today USB hubs are now identified and included in reports.
This update …
Are computers on your network ready for the new Windows 11?
Come, on October 5, 2021, Microsoft is releasing their new operating system, which may not be suitable for for all of your computers.
Workstations must meet these requirements:
- 1 (GHz) on a compatible 64-bit processor;
- At least 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage;
- UEFI and secure boot compatible;
- Trusted Platform Module (TPM) version 2.0;
- DirectX 12 compatible graphics card.
In this TNI update, we have prepared a special report named “Windows 11 Ready”, which will quickly get you …
It’s the final Friday of July and many of us are dreaming of the coming weekend, but it also means it’s our common holiday: System Administrator Appreciation Day!
Once again we at Softinventive Lab congratulate you on this wonderful day! You are the real heroes, unflinchingly protecting peace and order in computer networks.
We are doing our best so that our products will save your time and make your valuable work easier to do.
But what kind of holiday would it be without presents? Starting Friday the 30th and during the next 7 days, we’ll be handing …
Here comes another update! This time, it’s an improvement to the software accounting module.
- BIG FEATUREAutomatic recognition of popular software
We love to see good things happens on their own. The new version of Total Network Inventory has one more feature that delivers just that. The in-house database of popular software will make your work with the list of programs installed on network computers even more comfortable. TNI will assign icons to programs and determine software category and type, and that means less manual work. AutoMagical!
The software list is shorter, cleaner, prettier.
Change log export
On July 6 and 7, patches were released by Microsoft for all current versions of Windows after a critical vulnerability has been discovered with its Print Spooler service. Microsoft has also released the patch for Windows 7 which ended full support last year but remains in extended support. The vulnerability, dubbed PrintNightmare, allows attackers to remotely execute commands with system-level privileges.
Total Network Inventory will help you quickly discover which computers on your network are already patched. For example, here’s the situation for KB5004945 and KB5004954:
To be able to collect this information, the Windows updates scan must …