The Security Score tool evaluates a target’s* level of security and assigns it a score of 0-100 based on found CVEs, which can then be explored in detail.
How It Works
The scoring for IP evaluates the assets* of a given target and compares them to several Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs) databases. The program details all found vulnerabilities, sorting them into 3 groups: high-level threat, mid-level threat, and low-level threat. You can then investigate the CVEs, see their descriptions, exploitability score (by 3.x and 2.0 CVSS versions), levels of impact, and references.
The Security Score for Domains is based on vulnerabilities found on the domain’s hosts and technologies.
To begin the process, simply enter an IP or a Domain name in the search bar (or Advanced search) and press enter. You will see your Security Score results on the top section of the page.
Security Score currently works in simplified form, displaying vulnerabilities connected to hosts (IPs). We are currently working on updating this part of our service.
*Target – A target must be an IP or domain.
*Assets – Assets include everything that belongs to a given target. For example: if a target is a company, its assets are its devices, network elements, software technologies, etc.