- 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The Desktop Software risk vector determines if desktop device software is supported or out-of-date.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).
|Estimated Users❖||The estimated number of users based on visible web activity.|
|Host IPs❖||Host IPs detected to be using the OS or browser.|
|Hostnames❖||Sample of the observed destination hostnames.|
|Operating system (OS) and Browser Information|
|EOL||The end-of-life date for the version.|
|EOL Status||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.|
|Launch||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.|
|Remediation Instructions❖||Information for how to resolve a negative finding.|