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Network information about ports, HTTP servers, and DNS records.
Firewalls represent the external view of your network as seen through the firewall. This includes assets such as IP addresses, open ports, and HTTP response codes of web servers that were discovered.
The firewall scan is non-invasive and checks the state of every port on the target. It is included with the base target scan.
You will notice that the Summary and List views as well as most pages that involve targets have buttons that allow you to filter results or select individual targets to modify: such as scanning them immediately, updating their tags or settings, and modifying Target Services such as Application Scanning.
The organization is found by accessing the Whois database for the IP address of the target.
After identifying the target’s IP address, we use public geolocation IP databases to determine its latitude and longitude. We use this data to display a map of where targets are located.
The Overview provides a single-pane view of key information associated with firewall assets discovered on the network. You’ll be able to quickly see findings related to:
- Open ports that were found to be externally accessible. These correspond to software that is running on your assets that can be accessed by anyone.
- The risk of open ports that have been discovered.
- HTTP response codes from web servers that were detected.
- A world view of where assets are geographically located.
- Organizations and Products that were discovered, including common CDNs and hosting providers as well as the names of software that was identified on open ports.
Ports are network services that are accessible on your targets. Learn more at:
DNS records for all targets are also available. Learn more at: