Improvements in the new version include Service Pack deployment support, Graphical reporting and a number of other key patch management features
Pleasanton, California, August 3, 2005
AdventNet announced a significant update to SecureCentral PatchQuest, an affordable patch management software which helps small and medium enterprises to automate the pain-staking manual patching processes, and ensure that computer systems are compliant to an organization's security policies.
Effective Patch management at a compelling price point:
SecureCentral PatchQuest is an automated patch management software for distributing and managing security patches, hotfixes and updates across heterogeneous networks comprising Windows, Red Hat and Debian Linux systems, in just a few simple clicks. It efficiently scans enterprise networks and identifies missing patches and software updates. It distributes patches to vulnerable systems and keeps the systems up-to-date and free from vulnerabilities. It supports both agentless as well as agent-based modes of patch management.
Enhancements of PatchQuest 4.1 version include:
Other features include: support for adding systems by importing from text files, system environment diagnosis, maintaining and displaying agent state (running or offline), and support for shutting down systems after patch deployment, configurable Telnet/SSH ports while adding Linux systems, e-mail address configuration for every user and automatic, vulnerability database update-status intimation.
"I am very happy with the PatchQuest product. It works great! It is very user friendly to learn and administer, and has literally saved me hours of time in distributing and applying patches to our PC's,” said, Janet Allen, IT Manager, Med-Pay, Inc. ”Even more importantly, your service and support has been truly outstanding! I am looking forward to the new release and have the capability to upgrade our Microsoft products,” she added.
"PatchQuest's ability to easily automate the painful manual patch management process is a boon for system administrators," said G. Rajesh, Product Manager at AdventNet. "With the number of system vulnerabilities on the rise, it is essential that enterprises reduce the system downtime to a bare minimum by patching them completely. PatchQuest allows IT staff to eradicate OS and application level vulnerabilities in their network at an affordable price," he added.
The Free Edition can manage up to 10 computer systems at no cost and the Professional Edition can manage unlimited systems. The annual subscription pricing for the Professional Edition starts at US $300 for 100 systems, $600 for 200 systems, $900 for 300 systems, $1200 for 400 systems, $1500 for 500 systems, $3000 for 1000 systems and so on, with a one-time server fee of $395.PatchQuest can be downloaded from: http://www.patchquest.com/download.html
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