Scan detail page

Everything you need, all in one convenient place

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Written by Joe Haigh
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Everything you need, captured in one place, from the scan name (which will default to One-off scan if one isn't given); number of targets scanned; checks run; issues found; scan start date (and time); the duration as well as any advanced settings enabled.

Beneath the overview, you'll find three tabs for issues found; targets included and any URLs covered by the Application license.

Issues tab

This will show you new and existing issues for the targets included in the scan.

Next to the issue title, you'll see any configured integrations (Jira, ServiceNow, and GitHub) so you send to your ticketing system of choice.

Clicking on an issue will show a list of occurrences; the age and a button called 'Scan output' - which often includes more technical detail, should you need it. You'll also notice a drawer slide out on the right, revealing the issue description and remediation advice.

Targets tab

Here, you'll see a list of all targets included in the scan, a coloured dot (to indicate the target's status) and a count of the issues found (colour-coded by severity).

Using the drop-downs, you can filter the list by target, tag or issue severity and by clicking on one of the three boxes, you can filter by target status.

Scanned authenticated URLs tab

Here, you can view the list of all pages covered by the application license – very helpful when trying to determine how comprehensive an authenticated scan was.

Can I download a report from this page?

Yes, absolutely. Just click the green button at the top of the page and select you preferred file type.

How do I access a scan's detail page?

There are numerous ways:

1. Via the Scans page > History > click on the specific scan

2. From the activity feed

3. From a Teams / Slack notification

4. A link in the scan complete email

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