We know that keeping the targets you want to monitor for security weaknesses up to date can be a bit of a pain...

New instances are constantly being spun up in Google Cloud Platform, others are being closed down, keeping track of it all can easily become a full time job! 

That's why we've created a Google Cloud Platform integration - add your External IP addresses and hostnames from Cloud DNS as Intruder targets directly from our portal! 🎉

Connect Google Cloud Platform to your Intruder account

Head to the Cloud section of our settings page click the Add Google Cloud Platform account button:

Sign into a Google account that has access to Google Cloud Platform

Grant Intruder access to your Google Cloud Platform account

We require access to the following scopes: 

  1. View your DNS records hosted by Google Cloud DNS
    Provides read-only access to Google Cloud DNS records, which is required to list your DNS hostnames.
  2. View your Google Compute Engine resources
    Provides read-only access to Compute Engine resources, which is required to list your external IP addresses.
  3. View your Cloud Platform projects
    A
    llows us to iterate over the projects associated with your Google account and check each project for external IP addresses. 

Adding Targets

Once you've added a Google Cloud Platform account, you'll be able to see external IP addresses and hostnames in the Add Cloud Targets popup on our targets page:

To add them for continuous monitoring, simply select the external IP addresses or hostnames you want as targets and click add.

Note: Google Cloud Platform integration is only available for customers on our Pro and Verified plans.

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