What do you like most about Tenable Nessus?
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I have experience with it on my attack stations, and it's pretty good to optimize. Personally, I think Nessus is quite a good product.
Tenable Nessus is one of the best vulnerability assessment tools, that I know.
User friendly and good dashboards.
The solution is great for scanning servers.
A valuable feature of the solution is that it is easy to understand.
The reports are pretty nice and easy to understand.
Out of the box, the product works well for us, so it's not a tool that we need to customize very much.
The features of Tenable Nessus that I have found most valuable are its reliability and its ability to collate a dependable output, where we are able to get the same vulnerability when we test manually. The output is quite reliable.
The automatic scanner and scheduler are pretty cool.
The most valuable features are that it's fast, it's easy to use and it provides good reports.
I like its ease of use. It has the script that is pre-built in it, and you just got to know which ones you're looking for.
Tenable Nessus is cheap and flexible.
The plug-in text information is quite useful.
We have done code scanning for a long period because as a company, we do DevOps as part of our development life cycle.
Scanners and reports using CIS templates ("de-facto" standard, easy to fix and to locate correction tips at documentation), tests against cloud providers, database profiles, several types of telecom devices, and others highly customizable scans.
Nessus gives me a good preview of vulnerabilities and good suggestions for remediation. It's easy to find a description of a given vulnerability and solutions for it.
Among the most valuable features are scanning for vulnerabilities and the reporting. The reporting templates are okay. I like that I can see all the hosts with different vulnerabilities.
Nessus is good at finding out what nodes you have in place. It will then provide you a report, by node, of what the vulnerabilities are. It does it quickly and stealthfully.
The most valuable feature is the breadth of vulnerabilities that it finds. It's able to find across a lot of different platforms and operating systems. It's also able to combine local testing with network-based testing.
The most valuable feature is how it scanned and detected through its database to let us know exactly what fixes we needed to put in place for the vulnerabilities. It detects and it also gives you the way to fix it.
The solution is very stable.
I find the features that are most valuable are the policies that help us identify the vulnerabilities. These policies are then used for scanning instabilities and then identifying the particular vulnerabilities.
Tenable Nessus streamlines the process of scanning for our organization.
We looked at Tenable, Qualys and Rapid7. We found Tenable was the best of all three.
It provides multiple recommendations towards the remedy of vulnerabilities.
Which do you use and why?
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