Check Point's CheckMe is a FREE and instant network security assessment tool. Using a series of simulations, CheckMe instantly identifies security risks on your network, and provides you with a detailed report on network vulnerabilities and recommendations. Get your CheckMe Security assessment NOW!

Are You Vulnerable to New Types of Attacks?

CheckMe is a proactive assessment that identifies security risks on your network. Based on this assessment, CheckMe Instantly provides you with a detailed report that shows if your computer and network are vulnerable to ransomware, identity theft, zero day threats, bot communications, browser attack, anonymizer use and data leakage.

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What threats are being checked?

CheckMe simulates scenarios that could be a starting point for the following attack vectors:

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Ransomware is a malware that encrypts users' files and require ransom for their decryption.

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Command & Control Communication let attackers take complete control over an infected computer.

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Identity Theft attack captures personal information by fake websites that appears to be legitimate.

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Zero day attacks use the surprise element to exploit holes in the software that are unknown to the vendor.

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Malware Infection lets attackers take complete control over an infected computer.

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Browser Exploit is an attack that takes advantage of a particular vulnerability in a computing system.

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Anonymous surfing can open backdoors into an organization's network.

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Data leakage unintentional or theft release of sensitive information outside the organization's network.

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Cloud Segmentation scans for open ports of accessible machines within the same environment to indicate for access.


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