Test your PCI Compliance and find vulnerabilities on your web-server with HackerGuardian Free Vulnerability Scan. This free scan is available to home users and network administrators to identify potential security threats on internet connected devices, or test and validate PCI Compliance. It is limited to run five on-demand scans per license on up to three IP addresses (e.g. web server, network server, desktop computer or other Internet connected device).

Free Vulnerability Scan

  • Home users, network administrators and Enterprises can schedule five on-demand scans over up to three IP addresses
  • Scan identifies vulnerabilities inherent in your operating system and on common internet service ports such as mail, ftp and web
  • In-depth reports pinpoint vulnerabilities and contain advice and links to help you patch them
  • Requires virtually no technical knowledge: HackerGuardian auto-detects the IP of the target machine
  • No downloads. No installations. No complex configuration. Just sign up, log in and start your free scan
  • Backed by Comodo, a leading security technology company

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Free HackerGuardian licenses are valid for 90 days and limited to one per account

Why do I need free HackerGuardian PCI Scanning?

  • PCI Compliance - If you are a merchant that accepts credit cards as a form of payment, there is a security standard set by the Payment Card Industry (PCI) that you are obligated to comply with. Our Free Vulnerability Scan will test to see if you are compliant and deliver your status, along with mitigation plans, if necessary.
  • Detects the threats your firewall doesn't see - Firewalls have to leave certain ports open for the operation of web, mail, ftp and other Internet based services - leaving you vulnerable to exploitation on these very ports. A Vulnerability Scan identifies and delivers fix recommendations on all avenues of insecurity.
  • Your laptop or personal computer is open to attack too - Vulnerability auditing is not just for high end websites and corporate networks. Home users are arguably the most vulnerable people around simply because they are usually the least well protected. Adopting a 'path of least resistance' model, intruders will often zero-in on home users - exploiting their 'Always on' broadband connections and typical home use programs such as chat, Internet games and P2P files sharing applications.
  • Comprehensive auditing - HackerGuardian Free Vulnerability Scan enables you to run audits containing thousands of individual tests to identify any security vulnerabilities.