Adding targets

Automate it with CloudBot

CloudBot keeps a constant watch on your AWS account and will automatically add any new external IP addresses or hostnames as Intruder targets – once you've connected the account, just keep an eye out for the popup asking if you want to activate CloudBot.

Manage it manually

Once you've added your AWS account, just click on the cloud account to see the Elastic IPs and Route 53 hostnames.

To add targets for continuous monitoring, simply click the green + button.

Modifying your account preferences

Once you have added your account, you can view your Cloud Targets by clicking on the account name on the left hand side of the Targets Page.

From this page, you can then click the 'Settings' button at the top, which takes you to the settings pane for your AWS Account.

From this pane, you can also provide a friendly name for your AWS Account which helps when identifying the account in the portal.

Import cloud tags

You also have the option to sync your cloud tags once the targets have been imported. To do this:

  • Go to your targets page

  • Click the cloud account

  • Click settings

  • Toggle 'Auto sync tags' to on

Note: AWS integration is only available for customers on our Pro, Premium and Vanguard plans.

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