Secunia Becomes Microsoft’s First Vulnerability Security Alliance Partner

On July 11th, 2013, Secunia announced that the company has become the very first vulnerability security alliance partner for the Microsoft Technology Center (MTC) Program. Secunia, already a member of the Microsoft System Center Alliance program, adds participation in the MTC as a means to work with Microsoft to create and drive joint initiatives and offerings and to help deliver...

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Managing 3rd party updates with ConfigMgr webinar replay is live!

Kent Agerlund presented a webinar with Secunia last week. The 47 minute webinar covers all aspects of managing 3rd party updates using ConfigMgr 2012, and Kent provided some awesome details and tips for utilizing ConfigMgr 2012 to keep your Windows infrastructure secure. The webinar replay is here: Managing 3rd Party Updates with Microsoft’s System Center Configuration Manager

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3rd Party patch management – Part 10

Hi All,

today is the last part of the secunia csi integration

after the installation, open the SCCM console as administrator

navigate to software library (note that there is a new node called Secunia)

expand the node and click configure and enter your credentials

if you havent configured the wsus, it is time (see the screenshots) and refer to Part 4 (http://wmug.co.uk/wmug/b/dotraphael/archive/2013/01/24/3rd-party-patch-management-part-4.aspx) on how to import/export the certificate

After the configuration, it is time to deploy patches. Select the node patches

select the software update you want to deploy and click Create update package

follow the wizard (in this case i left all default settings) and at the end, click  ok for the package successfully created

after this, now it is time to sync the software update. If you don’t do it, you’ll not see the new product (see bellow screenshots before and after sync)

once the sync is done (you will see this on the logs), you have the new software into the all software updates and will be able to manage the same way.

 

 

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3rd Party patch management – Part 10

Hi All,

today is the last part of the secunia csi integration

after the installation, open the SCCM console as administrator

navigate to software library (note that there is a new node called Secunia)

expand the node and click configure and enter your credentials

if you havent configured the wsus, it is time (see the screenshots) and refer to Part 4 (http://wmug.co.uk/wmug/b/dotraphael/archive/2013/01/24/3rd-party-patch-management-part-4.aspx) on how to import/export the certificate

After the configuration, it is time to deploy patches. Select the node patches

select the software update you want to deploy and click Create update package

follow the wizard (in this case i left all default settings) and at the end, click  ok for the package successfully created

after this, now it is time to sync the software update. If you don’t do it, you’ll not see the new product (see bellow screenshots before and after sync)

once the sync is done (you will see this on the logs), you have the new software into the all software updates and will be able to manage the same way.

 

 

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3rd Party patch management – Part 10

Hi All,

today is the last part of the secunia csi integration

after the installation, open the SCCM console as administrator

navigate to software library (note that there is a new node called Secunia)

expand the node and click configure and enter your credentials

if you havent configured the wsus, it is time (see the screenshots) and refer to Part 4 (http://wmug.co.uk/wmug/b/dotraphael/archive/2013/01/24/3rd-party-patch-management-part-4.aspx) on how to import/export the certificate

After the configuration, it is time to deploy patches. Select the node patches

select the software update you want to deploy and click Create update package

follow the wizard (in this case i left all default settings) and at the end, click  ok for the package successfully created

after this, now it is time to sync the software update. If you don’t do it, you’ll not see the new product (see bellow screenshots before and after sync)

once the sync is done (you will see this on the logs), you have the new software into the all software updates and will be able to manage the same way.

 

 

Read More»

3rd Party patch management – Part 10

Hi All,

today is the last part of the secunia csi integration

after the installation, open the SCCM console as administrator

navigate to software library (note that there is a new node called Secunia)

expand the node and click configure and enter your credentials

if you havent configured the wsus, it is time (see the screenshots) and refer to Part 4 (http://wmug.co.uk/wmug/b/dotraphael/archive/2013/01/24/3rd-party-patch-management-part-4.aspx) on how to import/export the certificate

After the configuration, it is time to deploy patches. Select the node patches

select the software update you want to deploy and click Create update package

follow the wizard (in this case i left all default settings) and at the end, click  ok for the package successfully created

after this, now it is time to sync the software update. If you don’t do it, you’ll not see the new product (see bellow screenshots before and after sync)

once the sync is done (you will see this on the logs), you have the new software into the all software updates and will be able to manage the same way.

 

 

Read More»

3rd Party patch management – Part 10

Hi All,

today is the last part of the secunia csi integration

after the installation, open the SCCM console as administrator

navigate to software library (note that there is a new node called Secunia)

expand the node and click configure and enter your credentials

if you havent configured the wsus, it is time (see the screenshots) and refer to Part 4 (http://wmug.co.uk/wmug/b/dotraphael/archive/2013/01/24/3rd-party-patch-management-part-4.aspx) on how to import/export the certificate

After the configuration, it is time to deploy patches. Select the node patches

select the software update you want to deploy and click Create update package

follow the wizard (in this case i left all default settings) and at the end, click  ok for the package successfully created

after this, now it is time to sync the software update. If you don’t do it, you’ll not see the new product (see bellow screenshots before and after sync)

once the sync is done (you will see this on the logs), you have the new software into the all software updates and will be able to manage the same way.

 

 

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3rd Party patch management – Part 9

Hi all,

today we’ll set up the CSI SCCM Plugin. To do this, you need to download it from http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/corporate/sccm_plugin/

Once you have downloaded, execute it (I’m doing it on the SCCM Server itself). On the Welcome screen, click Next

Choose where you want to install and click Next

Select the location of the SCCM console. (it should have already been populated with the right path). Click Next

Accept the License Agreement and click Install 

Once completed, click Finish

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3rd Party patch management – Part 9

Hi all,

today we’ll set up the CSI SCCM Plugin. To do this, you need to download it from http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/corporate/sccm_plugin/

Once you have downloaded, execute it (I’m doing it on the SCCM Server itself). On the Welcome screen, click Next

Choose where you want to install and click Next

Select the location of the SCCM console. (it should have already been populated with the right path). Click Next

Accept the License Agreement and click Install 

Once completed, click Finish

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3rd Party patch management – Part 9

Hi all,

today we’ll set up the CSI SCCM Plugin. To do this, you need to download it from http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/corporate/sccm_plugin/

Once you have downloaded, execute it (I’m doing it on the SCCM Server itself). On the Welcome screen, click Next

Choose where you want to install and click Next

Select the location of the SCCM console. (it should have already been populated with the right path). Click Next

Accept the License Agreement and click Install 

Once completed, click Finish

Read More»

3rd Party patch management – Part 9

Hi all,

today we’ll set up the CSI SCCM Plugin. To do this, you need to download it from http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/corporate/sccm_plugin/

Once you have downloaded, execute it (I’m doing it on the SCCM Server itself). On the Welcome screen, click Next

Choose where you want to install and click Next

Select the location of the SCCM console. (it should have already been populated with the right path). Click Next

Accept the License Agreement and click Install 

Once completed, click Finish

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