This is where you can find a record of all scans: ad-hoc, scheduled, in-progress, historical, ETS – they're all there.

How do I find it?

Login to your portal and head to the Scans page.

What does it all mean?

In Progress

These are scans currently running on your target(s).
Just below the scan name, you'll be able to see if any of the advanced settings were enabled (throttling, or limited scanning for ports 80 and 443 only) as well as the number of targets included. Should you want to cancel the scan, you can do so by clicking the x.


Here you'll find all of the scans you (or other users) have configured to run in the future, be it one-off or recurring. Should you wish to edit a schedule, you can do so by clicking the ellipses (...). You can also add a new schedule scan(s), by clicking Add Scan.


This section warrants a more detailed breakdown, as there are lots of elements to explore.
At a high level – it's a record of all the vulnerability scans that have ever run. Clicking on one will take you through to that scan's detail page.

Each entry shows how many of the targets included were scanned; the completion date and time; as well as an overview of the number of issues found.

On the far right is an an option to download a report of that scan, either as a PDF or CSV.


You can search the scan history a number of ways.

Result: All clear means we didn't find anything and failed means that we detected at least one vulnerability:

From and To: Select a date range and find all scans that ran between those dates.

Scan name: Just enter a keyword (or full scan name) to see a list of corresponding scans.

What are Emerging Threats?

Everything you need to know about that tab can be found in this article.

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