Asset Details

Learn about the information presented in the Asset Details.

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About Asset Details

The Asset Details pane presents all the information about an asset. It contains identification information ingested from connectors, vulnerabilities, and proprietary information, such as Asset Tags, Dynamic Tags, and more. The Asset Details pane is where you can make an informed decision about the right action from an Asset perspective.

The Vulcan Platform ingests five types of Assets:

  • Hosts

  • Code Projects

  • Websites

  • Images

  • Cloud Resources

Accessing the Asset Details pane

  1. Go to the Assets page and select the desired asset type tab (Hosts / Code Projects / Websites / Images / Cloud Resources).

  2. Click on the desired asset or use the search bar to filter assets and narrow the search results.

  3. To open the Details pane, click on an asset from the results list.

Asset Details Cards

Risk card

The risk card shows the most important information about an asset's risk state. The Risk card presents valuable vital details, including:

  • Risk criticality level: Risk Criticality is determined based on the vulnerability with the highest risk level associated with the asset

  • Max Risk: The highest vulnerability risk score associated with the asset

  • Creation date: The date the asset was first created in the organization.

  • Last Seen: The last time the asset was identified/ seen in a daily connector sync


The details card shows important and selected asset identity information. Each Asset Type has its own set of identification properties, including ingested Asset Tags and Vulcan Tags, Sources, OS EOL, and IP Addresses.

Example of Host Asset details pane:

Full details tab

The Details tab provides comprehensive information on the asset. Below is an example of details gathered on an asset type Host, including the defined SLA policy the asset belongs to, data collected per scanner/source, and merge history.

Vulnerabilities tab

The Vulnerabilities tab displays all the vulnerabilities affecting the asset, including risk score, sources, SLA status, and vulnerability status. You can click on a vulnerability for more details and to take remediation action.

Packages/Pages/Component tab

The Packages/Codebase/Pages/Component tab displays a list of vulnerable software installed on the asset.

Activity tab

Audit & track asset remediation activity

The Activity Feed tab displays a detailed audit log of all the events related to this asset and their timestamp.

Audit and track remediation activity for an asset in a single view. The activity log helps you:

  • Conduct internal tracking and external audits of remediation activity for the assets.

  • Collaborate and communicate with asset owners in IT and DevOps on remediation activity and progress.

  • Filter remediation activities by type and date.

  • Add free-text comments.

  • Export Asset Audit Activity to a file.

OS end-of-life indicators

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