Here is a list of our most useful features for authenticated users.
The Dashboard allows you to have a quick overview of your scan results. It is a good place to see your scan activity, a graphical summary of the discovered vulnerabilities and the list of your latest scans.
We strive to make the reports as friendly and human-readable as possible. Each tool report starts with a graphical summary of the results and continues with the Findings section. Here you can find details about each uncovered vulnerability, including description, evidence, risk and recommendations for fixing it.
You can continuously monitor the security of your systems by scheduling periodic scans. They can run daily, weekly or monthly at a certain hour that you are choosing. Furthermore, you can receive the scan reports directly to your own email or to a different email address of your choice.
This feature lets you perform scans through VPN tunnels to reach internal networks or protected network segments.
You can use this functionality to run any of our security tools through encrypted VPN tunnels to discover vulnerabilities from your internal network.
Scanning through VPN also allows you to change the source IP of your scans in order to be accepted by your customer's firewall rules.
Learn more about VPN scanning
The API allows you to integrate our platform with your own tools and internal processes. For instance, you can trigger automatic scans whenever you deploy a new website or you make a change in your application. Furthermore, you can develop your own tools based on our scanning engines.
Here is our API Reference.
It is not necessary to manually run each scanner for the same target. With Scan Templates you can group tools and options to start all at once for a target. This saves you valuable time and makes your work more effective.
You can also select multiple targets that you want to scan and run a scanner against them. This will start a separate scan for each target and you will see them in the Scans view.
Workspaces are a good way to group your targets based on the project that you're working at, the client name, workflow, etc. All the work that you are doing goes into the current workspace (which can be set from the dropdown menu). However, you can move targets between workspaces and delete them if they are no loger necessary.
Having a history of your scans allows you to see how the security of your targets has evolved in time. You can compare old results with new ones and see what has changed.
The scan history can always be deleted permanently whenever you choose.
Notes is a simple notepad that allows you to keep your ideas about the scanning activity/results so you don't lose them. It is ideal for TODO lists, short-term ideas, things that require more investigation, etc.