As more and more businesses move their operations to the cloud, the need for robust and reliable security tools has never been greater. This is where ProwlerPro comes in.
According to OSS Insight, Prowler is the top security tool for securing the cloud in December 2022 based on popularity growth (stars). This ranking of Prowler—the engine behind ProwlerPro– is a testament to the effectiveness and reliability of our product, and we’re proud to offer it to businesses everywhere.
One of the key advantages of ProwlerPro is the expertise of its engineers. Per capita, our engineers are responsible for securing more of the cloud than any other engineers in the world. This level of expertise ensures that ProwlerPro is constantly updated with the latest security features and practices to keep your business safe.
ProwlerPro also offers a wide range of features to protect your business from a variety of threats. Some of the key features include:
- Automatic security configuration assessments
- Compliance checks
- Vulnerability scanning
Prowler version 3.1.0 was released this week and its code name is Revelations, the second song of the Peace of Mind album of Iron Maiden that was written by Bruce Dickinson. This last month has been a real revelation for us as we realized how our community has grown and how well received version 3 has been. We have surpassed 2 million downloads since the project started in 2016.
This version comes with a new AWS IAM check that prevents a cross-service confused deputy attack. We also added support for custom reports so it will be easier to generate outputs other than the CSV, JSON, HTML, etc. And we solved almost 30 issues.
With ProwlerPro, you can rest assured that your business is protected from the latest threats and vulnerabilities. Plus, with the ability to customize the security measures to fit your specific needs, ProwlerPro is the perfect solution for businesses of all sizes.
Toni de la Fuente
Founder of Prowler Open Source & Lead of Prowler Pro
I’m founder of Prowler Open Source, tool for AWS security best practices. I also worked for AWS as security engineer and security consultant. I’m passionate about FLOSS (Free Libre Open Source Software) in general and Information Security, Incident Response and Digital Forensics in particular. I like everything related to cloud computing and automation. I have done some things for security and the Open Source community like Prowler, phpRADmin, Nagios plugin for Alfresco, Alfresco BART (backup tool). I’ve also contributed in books and courses related to Linux, Monitoring and AWS Security for PacktPublishing.