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3D Tool Version 2.0 Released

Tenable’s 3D Tool v2.0 is a Windows application that queries data from a SecurityCenter 4 server and presents it in an interactive visual console to facilitate presentations and security analysis.

It can help better communicate different types of information available in SecurityCenter, such as:

  • Nessus vulnerability data

  • Network topologies

  • PVS data, including passively discovered vulnerabilities, network connections and new network devices

  • Event data discovered and normalized by the Log Correlation Engine (LCE), including intrusion detection, firewall, NetFlow and syslog data

For more information, see Ron Gula's post to the Nessus Discussion Portal titled "3D Tool Creation and Walk-Through" (login required).

The following screenshot shows hosts on the network and their operating system type:

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The next example shows each host on the network, and represents vulnerabilities using vertical bars. Yellow indicates medium severity level and red indicates high severity level vulnerabilities:

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Current customers can download the new version from the Tenable Support Center. Detailed instructions and notes on installation and upgrading are also located in the Tenable Support Center (refer to the document titled "3D Tool 2.0 User Guide"). Please contact Tenable Support (support-at-tenable.com) with any questions regarding the 3D Tool v2.0. You can also visit the Tenable Discussion Portal for more information.

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