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1 Dave Breslin Tenable Discussions Forum)

2 Tenable Documentation 3D Tool 2.0 User Guide 3D Tool 2.0 Quick Start Guide

3 Topology Topology derived from Nessus traceroute data Consider creating a user in SecurityCenter just for use with the 3D Tool Filter a SecurityCenter traceroute query by address to control the areas of your network to render

4 Nessus Traceroute Plugin 10287

5 SC Host Query

6 IP Topology Configuration ( Create a login first, see 3D Tool 2.0 Quick Start Guide->Step 4)

7 Topology Rendering for Host

8 Network Topology Rendering (Use another SecurityCenter query not filtered on a single host)

9 Internet Facing Services Use 3D Tool Modifiers to highlight Internet facing services Hosts will have raised bars representing counts for Internet facing services Its important to understand where host services are exposed to the Internet when prioritizing vulnerabilities Use PVS plugin 14, Accepts External Connections Use existing network topology demonstrated in previous slide

10 PVS Plugin 14

11 SC Plugin 14 Query

12 Modifier (PVS Plugin 14) (3D Tool 2.0 User Guide -> Modifiers -> Count List) Ensure to use Total Vulns from the Internet Facing Services SecurityCenter Query

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14 Internet Browsing Services Use a Count List Modifier like the previous Internet Facing Services example Hosts will have raised bars representing counts for services they connect to on the Internet Its important to understand where hosts reach out to the Internet when prioritizing client vulnerabilities Client vulnerabilities are detected by PVS and Nessus when using credentialed scans Use PVS plugin 16, Outbound external connection

15 PVS Plugin 16

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17 Port 21 FTP Connections Use a Connections List Modifier Show connection line for hosts that connect to port 21 Dark shaded side of a connection line will highlight a host that makes a connection to port 21 White shaded side of a connection line will highlight a host that provides a service on port 21 Its important to understand on a network where services are provided and used Use PVS plugin 3, Internal client trusted connection

18 PVS Plugin 3

19 SC Query FTP Connections

20 Modifier (PVS Plugin 3) (3D Tool 2.0 User Guide -> Modifiers -> Connections List)

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22 Nessus Versus PVS Vulns Use two Count List Modifiers Hosts will have bars on top of them representing Nessus vulnerability counts Hosts will have bars below them representing PVS vulnerability counts Its important to look for potential gaps in coverage Nessus gaps might be caused by unscanned service ports, infrequent host scanning or lack of credentialed scanning PVS gaps might be caused by configuration errors, network visibility issues or poor operations management

23 SC Vuln Queries Consider filtering out info and low severity rated vulnerabilities

24 Modifiers (Vulnerability Counts) (3D Tool 2.0 User Guide -> Modifiers -> Count List) Ensure to use Total Vulns from both queries

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