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[New feature] Internal network scanning with

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To quickly discover potential vulnerabilities or evaluate your security posture, regular internal network scans are essential. To make this easier for you, we’ve added a new feature on!

You can now perform scans through VPN tunnels to reach internal networks or protected network segments.

Note: The feature is available for Pro Advanced and Enterprise plans only.

Try the new feature

With this update, you can now run any of our tools through encrypted VPN tunnels to:

  • Discover vulnerabilities in your internal network

  • Change the source IP of your scans so it’s accepted by your customer’s firewall rules.

Scanning through a VPN requires you to have a publicly accessible OpenVPN server. To learn how to quickly configure and set up a VPN profile on, check out our step-by-step technical tutorial.


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