Verisys

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Verisys
Developer(s)Ionx Solutions
Initial releaseMay 2010
Stable release
2.4.10 / 13-Oct-2018
Engine
    Operating systemLinux, Windows, Network Devices
    Available inEnglish
    LicenseProprietary
    WebsiteVerisys

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    Verisys Console

    Verisys is a commercial file integrity monitoring solution for Windows, Linux and network devices, developed by the UK-based company Ionx Solutions.

    Components[edit]

    Verisys consists of both client and server components - the Verisys Agents are deployed to servers or workstations to be monitored, while the Verisys Console provides a GUI to manage remote agents. Note that it is possible to deploy both the console and agent to a single machine, if desired.[1]

    TLS is used to secure communication between the console and agents.[2]

    How it works[edit]

    A baseline snapshot of the current system state is taken and according to your configuration Verisys will automatically compare the system against this baseline to detect any changes. Using the console, you can also start an integrity check manually at any time.[3]

    The Verisys agent examines a number of properties and attributes of each file to ascertain whether any changes have been made. Rather than simply check basic object properties, Verisys performs a cryptographic hashing algorithm on the actual data contained within each file.[3]

    External links[edit]

    References[edit]

    1. "Verisys - Centralised Administration". ionx.co.uk.
    2. "Verisys - Frequently Asked Questions". ionx.co.uk.
    3. 3.0 3.1 "Verisys - How it Works". ionx.co.uk.


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