Welcome to Asset Inventory! Here, you can find a lot of information to help you secure the assets you are using Detectify with.
Clicking on the Asset Inventory tab will present you with a list of all of your root assets (e.g. added domains or IP addresses).
If you have purchased the Asset Monitoring service, you will see a blue or grey icon indicating if Asset Monitoring is turned on or off for this particular root asset. If you have not purchased the Asset Monitoring service, this icon and text will not show up.
Root Asset Overview
Clicking on a root asset in the Asset Inventory will take you to the Root Asset Overview. From here you can navigate to an overview of your subdomains, scan profiles, asset monitoring findings, fingerprinted technologies and asset settings.
Up to 10 subdomains are presented from the overview, along with information about assigned owner, the number of associated scan profiles, how the subdomain was discovered, and what fingerprinted technologies are associated with the subdomains. You can also quickly create a new scan profile for the subdomain using the "Create scan profile" button.
This view resembles your dashboard view, with the difference that the scan profiles here are filtered to only the chosen root asset. Scan profile names are presented with information about the associated endpoint, time for last scan, number of findings per severity, and thread score. You can also quickly start a scan or go to the settings page using the "Start scan" button or cogwheel button respectively.
If you have purchased the Asset Monitoring service, here you will see the Asset Monitoring findings overview. Findings are presented along with information about the affected asset, start and end dates (if applicable) for the finding, severity, as well as findings' tags.
More information on how to read your Asset Monitoring findings is available in our article Asset Monitoring Findings.
See this walkthrough video to see how Asset Monitoring works:
In this view fingerprinted technologies are presented with information about the vendor (e.g. distributor, technology, language, framework etc.), software, version, type, last detected, location found at, and confidence score. By clicking on the blue location link, you will be presented with a list of all endpoints we have fingerprinted this particular technology.
Root Asset Settings
From here you can choose to remove your root asset. Please note that removing the root asset also means that all the associated data and settings will be removed permanently as well.