Welcome! This is the first time I've posted. I've been using VulDetect since it was announced after the demise of Secunia PSI. This is the first time I've felt I had a constructive comment to make.
When I finally realized all my accounts were showing just the profile for the first machine I installed on, I combed through and found that each installation needed a separate email address. Since Apple, Comcast and others want to give me unique email addresses, I had enough to make separate accounts for each installation.
I do like the idea of a corporate style account and hope I can change over to that once everything is worked out.
I am surprised (and very disappointed) that the feature "Additional Status for Update Available" (https://vulndetect.org/topic/492/additional-status-for-update-available) is not yet implemented or has at least the status "Work in progress".
Seems like the guys at VulnDetect are busy with other stuff that has not such a great benefit than that feature. This is very very sad!
I am programming a small tool that offers a graphical UI and allows to start an immediate scan.
The tool is called Toolbox for VulnDetect and can be found here: https://1drv.ms/f/s!AsiLVok82IpQg_pe63xK8K01XuPIAw (in the folder "Toolbox Beta).
But I am a normal user, not an official of SecTeer (the programmers of VulnDetect) so use the tool at your own risk!
Tom, that's just cold seeing as how they discontinued our beloved psi anyway. I'm really pleased to hear that someone cares enough to try and build something similar. I like many other's used psi for years to help me keep vulnerable programs safe. Please forgive any typo's my vision isn't all that good anymore, lol. I hope you guys have a nice day. 🙂
I agree, the "solution" I suggest, may not suit everybody. I did test out Lastpass at some point, one or two years ago, I didn't really like it, despite all the plugins to support my browsers (or perhaps, that was the very reason I didn't get comfortably with it, I like to keep the password manager far away from my browser).
But I guess more users would find Lastpass easier to deal with, compared to the KeePass solution.
I just noticed that Troy Hunt posted about his new collaboration with 1password, which allows checking if your credentials has been breached. A similar thing can be achieved with a plugin for KeePass, but again, the KeePass approach is less user friendly.
In either case, a password manager will be a great step-up, for most of us. Choosing the right one is a matter of taste and preferences, and trust.
I agree, there could be some perspective to Webauthn, though I always get a rash, when we all start relying on the same technology. Nonetheless, I will test it, once one of my favorite sites / services, offer Webauthn authentication.