On the Server(s) tab of the Assets page in the Security Center console, you can run security checks on a specific server to detect vulnerabilities, baseline risks, and webshells. You can also run security checks to collect asset fingerprints, such as information about ports, software, processes, accounts, and middleware. This topic describes how to run security checks on your servers.

Background information

Only the users of Security Center Basic Anti-Virus, Advanced, and Enterprise can use the security check feature. If you use Security Center Basic, you must upgrade Security Center to the Basic Anti-Virus, Advanced, or Enterprise edition before you can use this feature.
Notice If you run security checks on your server, Security Center detects vulnerabilities, baseline risks, and webshells, and collects asset fingerprints at the same time. In this case, the CPU utilization and memory usage of your server increase, which may affect your workloads. The check may take 1 to 5 minutes. To avoid service interruptions, we recommend that you perform this operation during off-peak hours.


  1. Log on to the Security Center console.
  2. In the left-side navigation pane, click Assets.
  3. On the Assets page, click the Server(s) tab.
  4. In the server list, select one or more servers on which you want to run security checks.
  5. Click Security check below the server list.
  6. In the Security Check dialog box, select check items.
    Check items
  7. Click OK to start the check.
  8. In the message that appears, click OK.
    The check may take 1 to 5 minutes. You do not need to check again.
    After the security check is completed, the results are updated to the asset details page in the Security Center console. Asset details page

What to do next

To view the check results, you can click the tab that corresponds to a specific check item.