FortiPenTest, Fortinet pentest-as-a-service cloud-based service has been recently updated to version 20.4.
This new version brings improvements to all parts of the portal and also new features, that we will be highlighting below.
If you are already accustomed to FortiPenTest web user interface, you will be able to notice new changes here and there.
The easiest one to spot, will be the threat level score, which is a numeric value ranging from 0 to 10. It is computed from the CVSS scores of each OWASP Top 10 categories.
The threat score is also listed in the inventory asset page. It can give operators a quick glance to prioritize and choose an asset for vulnerability remediation.
With our new big feature – schedule and recurring scans, there is no need for you to be in front of the interface to run a scan. You can plan your scan strategy way ahead of time. Schedule it for daily, weekly, monthly or for only during week-ends. It’s your choice!
What would be an automated schedule scan without being able to send an alert automatically?
Now, with the new email notification system, you can get notifications about the asset statuses straight to your mailbox. For example, when a scan is completed or a new high vulnerability is found on your asset, you will be notified.
The reports generated are now providing more content, especially sharing details regarding the scan processes. It includes stats on how long the scan lasted, the total number of requests that were made and the average server response time.
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