What kind of asset do you have?
Define Your Assets
Help our pentesters test your assets faster.
Once you select Create a Pentest, you land on the Let’s Get Started screen.
Before you start defining your assets, select the pentest type that you want to launch.
- An Agile Pentest focuses on code changes or a specific area of an asset and comes with an Automated Report intended for internal use
- A Comprehensive Pentest is performed for security audit, compliance audit, or customer attestation and includes comprehensive reports intended for external stakeholders
Select how you want to proceed with your asset:
- Create a new asset:
- On the Asset page, specify the asset details. Once you select Create Asset, you land on the Assets page.
- To set up a pentest for this asset, select the three-dot icon under Action, and then select Create a Pentest.
- Use an existing asset:
- Select an asset from the list. Once you select Continue, you can see asset details on the Review Asset screen. To update asset information, select Edit Asset.
The Asset screen prompts you for the following information:
- Asset Title: Set up a descriptive name to attract attention from the best pentesters.
- Asset Image: Use it to help identify what you need from a list of assets.
- Asset Type: Select one of the options described in the linked page.
- Asset Description: Add information that can help your pentesters fully analyze your asset.
- Attachment(s): Upload documentation, architecture diagrams, images, spreadsheets, or videos related to your asset.
The UI provides the information that you need to add an Asset Title and Image. Now take the next step and define your Asset Type.
The pentest scope determines the number of credits required for a pentest.
Better descriptions help our pentesters test your assets properly.
Last modified October.10.2022