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Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer

Posted by freewarealternative on March 5, 2007

Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer (MBSA) 2.0 is an easy-to-use tool that helps small and medium businesses determine their security state in accordance with Microsoft security recommendations and offers specific remediation guidance. Improve your security management process by using MBSA to detect common security misconfigurations and missing security updates on your computer systems.Built on the Windows Update Agent and Microsoft Update infrastructure, MBSA ensures consistency with other Microsoft management products including Microsoft Update (MU), Windows Server Update Services (WSUS), Systems Management Server (SMS) and Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM).


3 Responses to “Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer”

  1. clotho said

    I don’t know if you’d consider it security or not – but roboform has a brill part-freeware program. It stores like 15 passwords for sites for free – (Though I’ve bought the full-licence version) as I enter tons of competitions and have hundreds of websites that are password generated – and roboform itself can be password protected on top πŸ™‚

    (Though saying that, I back my roboform up all the time on stick memory – just in case my ‘puter crashes and I visit websites and haven’t an inkling WHAT my password is!)

    And in this case – and I can joke freely about it – the best password is the one you don’t even know you have!

    Have a check of it and I’d love to know what you think about it πŸ™‚


  2. Thanks for your feedback Dana!

    Yeah, I will add Roboform anytime soon, it’s a very good program.
    It’s just I’m still working on this blog and I have a lot of work to do here πŸ˜‰

  3. clotho said

    Ok! No problem πŸ™‚

    I’ve got a few other programs that are quite good – I’m at work but will drop you a line when I’m at home-

    Fyi- one page you might want to link to as well is old version (just google it) where it keeps a running tab including downloads of older versions of software (like msn, icq, etc.) as a resource for your blog. It’s a brilliant, but developing site.

    Also for chat, there’s a brillint link for msn2go I think it’s called – a web-based java msn interface (For those that like to MSN, at work and can’t d/l the program to thier computer (No admin privs)


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