We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"The reporting features are good and there are many built-in reports that can be quickly configured."
"The most valuable feature is that it provides a simple English recommendation on actions that you need to take once a vulnerability is discovered."
"The most valuable feature for us is the support for testing Linux-based web server components."
"The reporting on the solution is good."
"All of the features are great."
"The solution is open source and has many small targetted penetration tests that have been written by many people that are useful. You can choose different subjects for the test, such as Oracle databases or Apache servers."
"Rapid7 Metasploit is a useful product."
"Building policies is not that easy. There are some things that are turned off by default, for example, displaying values."
"The interface could be improved by having sub-groups of tests, ultimately making the process of collecting tests faster."
"Better automation capabilities would be an improvement."
"The solution should improve the responsiveness of its live technical support."
"At the time I was using it, the graphical user interface needed some improvements."
"The solution is not very scalable, it does not provide any automation to be able to scale it."
"Rapid7 Metasploit can add a GUI feature because it is only available online."
"The great advantage with Rapid7 Metasploit, of course, is that it's free."
"There are two versions available, one of which is the Pro version, and the other is the free version."
IBM Guardium Vulnerability Assessment scans data infrastructures (databases, data warehouses and big data environments) to detect vulnerabilities, and suggests remedial actions. The solution identifies exposures such as missing patches, weak passwords, unauthorized changes and misconfigured privileges.
Attackers are always developing new exploits and attack methods—Metasploit penetration testing software helps you use their own weapons against them. Utilizing an ever-growing database of exploits, you can safely simulate real-world attacks on your network to train your security team to spot and stop the real thing.
IBM Guardium Vulnerability Assessment is ranked 12th in Vulnerability Management with 2 reviews while Rapid7 Metasploit is ranked 9th in Vulnerability Management with 5 reviews. IBM Guardium Vulnerability Assessment is rated 8.0, while Rapid7 Metasploit is rated 7.6. The top reviewer of IBM Guardium Vulnerability Assessment writes "Good reporting, integrates well, and vulnerability assessments can be performed quickly". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Rapid7 Metasploit writes "Straightforward to set up, and helpful for moving from development to production". IBM Guardium Vulnerability Assessment is most compared with Tenable Nessus, Qualys VM, Rapid7 InsightVM, Tenable.io Vulnerability Management and Tripwire IP360, whereas Rapid7 Metasploit is most compared with Tenable Nessus, Rapid7 InsightVM, Wireshark and Darktrace. See our IBM Guardium Vulnerability Assessment vs. Rapid7 Metasploit report.
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