The scores shown are calculated using the logic described as follows:

OS Score:

if "is not windows" score = 100

if windows 8+ or windows server 2012+ score = 100

if windows 7 or windows server 2008 r2 score = 75

if windows xp/vista or windows server 2003/2008 score = 50

otherwise, score = 25

we are doing an average on every group.

Security score:

AV:

We start with score = 0 .

If av is installed we add 25,

if AV license is not expired we add 25,

if protection is enabled we are adding 25

if av is up to date we add 25

Firewall score:

if firewall is present we award 50 points

if it's enabled we award another 50 points

Security score = (AV score + Firewall score )/2

For the event log score, we compute the total of warning and error events.

If this total > 20 score = 0,

total > 10 score = 25,

total > 4 score = 50,

total > 0 score = 75,

else score = 100

For Windows updates, we compute the total number of critical and important updates available and not installed. Based on this:

total >10 score = 0,

>5 score = 25,

> 2 score = 50,

>0 score = 75

else score =100

CPU score is based on the CPU average %.

if >95 score = 0,

>85 = 25,

>75 = 50,

>65 = 75

Else it’s rounded up to 100.

Memory score is based on the memory usage average %. (Same values as CPU)

The drive score is based on the average system disk usage %. (Same values as CPU)

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