Scans page

View all your scans: past, present and future.

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Written by Joe Haigh
Updated over a week ago

This is where you can find a record of all scans: ad-hoc, scheduled, in-progress, historical, ETS and remediation, CloudBot, New service scans – 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 (...) and at a glance see when the scan is scheduled to run and how often as well as if it's been set to automatically send to one of our compliance integrations. You can also add a new schedule scan(s), by clicking Schedule scan.


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)

You can filter the scans by:

  • Scan type: one-off scans, scheduled scans, new service scan (scan triggered on external targets when a new service is discovered - premium only), Cloudbot scans (scans initiated automatically by CloudBot when a new cloud instance has been detected) or Remediation scan (to check that a specific vulnerability no longer exists).

  • Scan result: Passed, Issues found or Not completed.
    Passed: We didn't detect any issues on the targets scanned.
    Issues found: We've found at least one issue on one of the targets scanned.

    Not completed: The scan was unable to complete, heading to the Scan detail page will give you more info on why this is the case.

  • Date range: From / To (determined by you, the user).

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

How do I download a scan?

Click the ellipses on the far right and select from either PDF or CSV:

There are plenty of other ways to download reports, explained here.

Scan Settings

Heading to Settings > Scans, you'll find the option to toggle Emerging threat scans, Network scans, and New service scans (for Premium and Vanguard users) as well as find and update your Scan region:

What are Emerging Threats?

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

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