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Comodo Vulnerability Analyzer

Comodo Vulnerability Analyzer is a free tool that checks all installed programs on your computer for any vulnerability and checks whether they are latest version and notifies you if there are updates available. One of the weak points that an intruder makes use of is software vulnerability. Comodo Vulnerability Analyzer provides a clear solution to these problems with links to patches, advisories and recommendations.

Comodo Vulnerability Analyzer scans your machine for discovering software which is vulnerable, it checks that the software installed on your machine is the latest version, notifies you when one of your applications has reached 'end of life' and is no longer supported by the vendor.

The application provides a centralized interface from which you can manage your software updates and Windows Updates - instead of relying on separate notifications from each vendor. The application is updated with the latest security advisories on a daily basis - meaning you are informed about vulnerabilities as soon as they appear

Comodo Vulnerability Analyzer is currently in beta stage and it supports Windows Vista and XP (Both 32-bit and 64-bit versions). You can download it from here.


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