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Free online Security Vulnerability Scanner

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Can anyone recommend a free online security vulnerability scanner that can check our public IP address for any potential threats and provides a report of ports open etc?
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You can use grc.com to check ports

You can also use www.intodns.com to check domain names.

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Thanks I will take a look at these. I have seen some in the past that test things like IIS Vulnerabilities and Exchange/SMTP vulnerabilities in the past.

Does anyone else know of any that can go to that level?
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Try:

http://www.hackerguardian.com/hackerguardian/learn/free_vuln_scan.html

Sounds like it should do what you need

-isyseurope
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Thanks isyseurope, that is exactly the kind of thing I was after.
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