- November 3, 2022: Added Hostnames field.
- April 8, 2021: Published.
The Desktop Software risk vector determines if desktop device software is supported or out-of-date. Desktop devices are laptops, servers, and other non-tablet, non-phone computers in a company’s network that access the Internet. The outgoing communications from desktop devices includes metadata about the device’s operating system and browser version (endpoint data).
The details include the data in Findings, Diligence details, and also the following information:
|The estimated number of users based on visible web activity.
|Host IPs detected to be using the OS or browser.
|Sample of the observed destination hostnames.
|Operating system (OS) and Browser Information
|The end-of-life date for the version.
|The end-of-life status of the current version.
|The family of the detected OS or browser.
|An assessment of the detected OS or browser based on the version’s support status.
|The launch date of the current version.
|The support status of the current OS or browser version.
|The current version of the detected OS or browser.
|Information for how to resolve a negative finding.