Keeping track of which targets in your network are active and which are unresponsive can be a difficult task, especially when it comes to large network ranges. That's why we decided to make it easy!

Smart Recon uses a combination of discovery scanning and reconnaissance tools to determine (with maximum accuracy) whether your targets are Active or Unresponsive.

Since only active targets consume licenses, you can rest assured that your whole network is being monitored, but that you're only paying to scan targets that could actually pose a threat if exploited.

How does it work?

Simply head to the Targets page and click 'Add Targets'

In the pop-up window, you have the option to add a range via IP address subnet CIDR notation, or by importing a CSV (Comma Separated Values) file:

Once the scan has completed, your targets will be marked accordingly.

What do the dots mean?

Green: The scanner detected open ports or service and the target was marked as Active. (The icon to the right shows that the target is consuming a license).

Grey: The scanner didn't find any open ports or services and marked the target as Unresponsive.

Orange: The scanner detected open ports or services, but you don't have enough licenses to initiate a vulnerability scan. To ensure that your targets are checked for weaknesses, you'll need to increase your license count.

Outline: This means that the target is yet to be scanned.

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