Inventory reports

Inventory allows to understand and analyze what ports are open, which users are on the system, what password types are used (insecure MD5 or sha-512), or how old passwords are. What type of inventory is collected is defined in the settings menu in configuration. It is possible to see users, ports, software packages and even process information if this is turned on. qbee.io gathers an inventory of all libraries that are present on the embedded device. This helps to keep track of dependencies and different versions. If necessary the system can also show the most active processes through a "top" type of representation. This runs only once per update interval. Inventory is accessible through "Devices" and there from the "Inventory" tab. Inventory information has a time stamp when it was last updated. Updates only happen when changes have occured. So an older software library time might indicate that no new libraries have been installed / updated since then.

Warning

Process information can be enabled in settings but will create more bandwidth demands. Please use with care when on a mobile connection.

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If there are any newer libraries are available in the repository these will be displayed here. This is useful to check if updates might remedy flagged CVE problems.

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