Dashboard Toolbox - VM DASHBOARD: QID: 372477 | Zoom Client Multiple Vulnerabilities

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This page contains template information to create a Vulnerabilities Dashboard leveraging data in Qualys Vulnerability Management subscription.   This post contains two (2) dashboard json files:  one (1) dashboard focusing on Windows Operating Systems, and one (1) dashboard focused on Mac Operating Systems.


Dashboard Demonstration Image(s):


Windows OS: 

BLOG: Zoom Client Multiple Vulns | Windows   

Mac OSX: 

BLOG: Zoom Client Multiple Vulns | Mac OSX





We have a number of Windows widgets available that may be leveraged to enhance the content of your BLOG: Zoom Client Multiple Vulns | Windows dashboard.  Please note attached files:

  • Top_50_Windows_Assets_Pending_Reboot_VMwidget.zip
  • WindowsAuthWidgetBundle.zip file contains 28 focused widgets.
Access to File Share is Enabled VMwidget
ALL Windows Registry and File Access QIDs VMwidget
All Windows Authentication QIDS VMwidget
Auth Kerberos VMwidget
Auth LanMan NTLMv1 VMwidget
Auth NTLMv1 VMwidget
Auth NTLMv2 VMwidget
Fite Access Denied VMwidget
File and Print Services Access Denied VMwidget
Host ID Tracking - Error VMwidget
Host ID Tracking - Success VMwidget
Missing Allowed Paths Registry Key VMwidget
NULL Session Auth Method VMwidget
Registry Access Level Achieved VMwidget
Registry Access Level Not Possible VMwidget
Registry Critical Keys Security Policy VMwidget
Registry Key Access Denied VMwidget
Registry Pipe Access Level VMwidget
SMBv1 Enabled VMwidget
TOP10 Win Auth Failed by OS VMwidget
TOP10 Win Auth Not Attempted by OS VMwidget
TOP10 WIN Auth Not Possible by OS VMwidget
User-Provided Creds Auth Method VMwidget
Win User Acct Locked out VMwidget
Windows Auth Failed VMwidget
Windows Auth Not Attempted VMwidget
Windows Auth Not Possible VMwidget
Windows Auth Successful VMwidget


IMPORTANT: Importing Dashboard and/or Widget JSON files - Enable historical data collection


When you export dashboard(s) and/or widget(s) that have "Enable historical data collection" turned on, and then import them later, you will have to manually "Enable historical data collection" following your import.  This is by design.  The action of turning on this feature starts the clock for data retention.




If you have any questions, please post them below, contact your TAM, or contact customer support: Qualys Customer Portal 


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