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Connectors and Supported Integrations

What's a Vulcan Connector and what are the supported integrations?

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What is a Connector?

The Vulcan Cyber Platform feeds from existing security tools and ticketing systems, such as vulnerability scanners, cloud providers, JIRA, SCA/SAST/DAST, and more. Connectors are the way the Vulcan Platform syncs and integrates with those tools.
When successfully configuring an integration, the Vulcan Platform syncs with the tool and the relevant data is ingested into the Vulcan Platform.

Supported Integrations (Connectors)

The Vulcan Platform offers integration with the tools listed in the tables below.

Accessing the right User Guide

Certain connectors have more than one user guide. It depends on the environment's setup and on the connector's available releases.

To access the user guide that is relevant to your environment, simply click on the "How to connect" button located on the connector's setup page. By doing so, you will be directed to the user guide that aligns with your specific environment, ensuring relevancy and accuracy.

Vulnerability Assessment

Asset Inventory


Application Security (SCA/SAST/DAST)


User Guide



Bug Bounty

EndPoint Security

Threat Intelligence

Threat Intelligence (TI) connectors enrich your Vulcan Platform's existing threat intelligence data by adding another layer of intelligence to the CVE severity.

Patch Management

Ticketing Tools

Collaboration Tools

Vulcan Connectors


What if my tool doesn't have a dedicated connector?

If you use a tool that Vulcan doesn't have a dedicated connector for, you can use the Vulcan Report Connector, which lets you upload CSV format files. Alternatively, you can contact us at and submit a feature request.

How can I identify the current connection state of my connector?

Once a connector is set up and created, it goes through different connecting states until it is fully connected.

To review the connector's state:

Go to the Vulcan Platform > Connectors.

The connectors' color-coded status indicators provide a quick and intuitive way to understand the state of each connector at a glance.

Green Dot

The connector is functioning correctly through all its integral stages. These stages include initiating, testing connectivity, fetching, normalizing, waiting for processing, processing, and being connected. As long as the connector operates without any issues through these stages, it will display a green dot.

Red Dot

There is an error that causes the process to fail. When a connector encounters an error at any stage of its operation, the dot will turn red, and an error message will be displayed on the connector box. This serves as an immediate visual indicator of a problem that needs attention.

Grey Dot

The connector is either disabled or in the process of being deleted. The grey dot signifies that the connector is not active or in a transitional state where it's being removed from the system.

To further understand the connector's life cycle stages, check the Connector's Activity Log. Learn all about the Connector Activity Log.

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