Frequently Asked Questions
Amenaza Technologies Limited SecurITree End User License Agreement (EULA)
Please contact Amenaza (1-888-949-9797 or +01 403-263-7737) for specific pricing information. There are a wide variety of licensing options for SecurITree. Non-expiring licenses include one year of technical support and a year's subscription to software updates. Additional annual maintenance subscriptions are available for 20% of the product's current price. We also sell a "consulting license". This gives a consulting organization the right to use SecurITree for up to three months at a particular, named client's site. At the end of the three months if they sell a copy of SecurITree to the client, we will refund their consulting license fee.
Currently the major technologies included in the Information Technology Library of attack trees are:
Active Directory, Apache, Cisco IOS, DB2, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Internet Information Server (IIS), Linux, MSN Messenger, MySQL, Oracle, SQL Server, Windows 7.
Minor technologies represented include:
802.11, Bluetooth, Buffer Overflow, Crack Password, DDOS, IPSec, Kerberos, LiveID, Malware, NT Challenge Response, Obtain Password, Social Engineering, TCP/IP, TLS, WEP, WPA, WPA2
Our list is being updated continually. Please contact support for the most up-to-date listing. If you are looking for a particular tree, please let us know so that we can add it to our list for future development.
Yes. New software and/or IT Library updates are sent out periodically to customers with support contracts. In addition to this, subscribers receive technical support.
Update your version of Oracle's Java™ 2 Runtime Environment to version 1.8.0. The latest versions of the JRE can be downloaded directly from Oracle.
A memory error can occur while working on very large attack trees in SecurITree or while performing memory intensive analytic operations. SecurITree is a Java-based application that executes within the Java Runtime Environment (JRE). By default, the JRE limits the amount of a PC's memory available to Java applications. This limit can be easily increased. As a general rule, the limit should be somewhat less than the amount of physical memory in the computer.
To increase the amount of memory available to SecurITree on a Windows PC:
- Locate the file SecurITree.ini located in the directory where SecurITree was installed (typically C:\Program Files\Amenaza\SecurITree).
- Make a backup copy of this file.
- Edit SecurITree.ini
- Find the parameter Virtual Machine Parameters=-Xms256 -Xmx1024m (these values may be different than shown here)
- Increase the -Xmx value to the desired value, e.g., -Xmx1536m (for 1536 MB)
- Do not exceed the amount of memory available on your computer or SecurITree will not execute.
Please call Amenaza Support for further assistance.