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ChrisCowles Home/Family license?
Member 29th Apr, 2011 01:54
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I know CSI is stand-alone and PSI is for larger organizations, but is there such a thing as a home or family license? I'd like to monitor my family's computers and receive notices when not updated, but don't want to a full-scale corporate setup, nor the costs involved.

Is there a middle ground, like a 10 license package, or a version that can send a notice by email or similar message?

Thanks.

Maurice Joyce RE: Home/Family license?
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Chris,
I think I know the answer but perhaps better left for Secunia Support to reply.

I will delete your other thread. Please do not worry if U publish something in the wrong area in the future - Secunia Support or I can redirect it for U.

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mogs RE: Home/Family license?
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Last edited on 29th Apr, 2011 02:23
Hello.
Perhaps the following link/page may help decide.....:-
http://secunia.com/products/consumer/compare/ In fact CSI is for the Corporate network/user, and PSI for the personal user.
You may find it also useful to read thro' the "How it Works" page here :-
http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/personal...
And if need be, here is the link to the FAQ's.....covering settings etc..
EDIT http://secunia.com/vulnerability_scanning/personal...
Hope this helps.....regards,

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ChrisCowles RE: Home/Family license?
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"... It constantly monitors your system for insecure software installations, notifies you when an insecure application is installed, and even provides you with detailed instructions for updating the application when available. ..."

I understand this and appreciate it. It's why I installed it on computers used by myself and by my teenagers. What I'm hoping is there would be some mechanism for my teenagers' computer to notify ME when something's awry.

They don't have admin privileges and can't install/update all programs. Also, they may regard some tasks as an interruption of the time they stare at YouTube. Hence it doesn't get done. I'd like a notice when something's in need of update, so I can be sure it gets done.

Thanks
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Member 29th Apr, 2011 09:33
Last edited on 29th Apr, 2011 09:33 Hi,

Try and contact sales@secunia.com, and they may be able to give you an offer.

But as far as I know, it's probably not possible.

It could techincally be done with the PSI API, though.
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