Search Vulnerability Details

Our Vulnerabilities tab gives you an integrated, incremental search and browse experience to help you find all about your assets.

Choose Vulnerability to display vulnerability data (like we did here), or Asset for asset data. You can easily browse the data list and explore details. For example click the QID 105170 to view details for that vulnerability.

Highlighted the Vulnerability tab that lists the vulnerabilities.

The Group By option help you organize your data. For example you can select Group By Severity then click Vulnerability Count for severity 5.

Using the group by option and sorting the vulnerabilities as per the severity.

The Filters option lets you choose the type of vulnerabilities to filter the vulnerabilities further.

Additional filter option to further narrow down search of vulnerabilities.

You'll get a listing of severity 5 vulnerabilities. Notice the query selector shows your query.

Use of tokens to search vulnerabilities by their severity.

You'll notice now you have fewer total vulnerabilities (in this case 112) Use the metadata filters on the right to narrow your search further. For example select Windows 7 Service Pack 1

Using the left pane filters of operating system packs to narrow down vulnerabilities.

This narrows your results to severity 5 on Windows 7 Service Pack 1. You'll notice query in the query selector is updated.

Search query get auto updated as per the filter selections you make.

Total vulnerabilities is reduced even more (to 18 in this case). You can continue this exploration to browse to the details your interested in.

Reduction in total count of vulnerabilities due to usage of various available filters.

Using the query box you can add more query logic. For example say you want to see only New vulnerabilities. Just type "and" then start typing "status". Pick the token name vulnerabilities.status. Choose the token value NEW and view syntax help on the right to help you form your query. Hit return to run the query when you're ready.

Token options for vulnerability status and you can choose from the options displayed to complete your search query.

Easily add another query by clicking . This way you'll search the vulnerability index and the asset index. The queries in the 2 boxes are logically ANDed together for you. Hit return when you're ready to run the queries. Our sample queries further narrowed results and we have 21 total vulnerabilities.

Formation of multiple queries for assets and vulnerabilities.

Using our advanced search capabilities you can easily create robust queries using the many available search tokens. Looking for help with how to search? Click here

Using our Search Query menu search action menu options, you can view the frequently-used QQL queries, save, and manage them with ease. You can create widgets from frequently used queries for easy reference in future. Looking for the different actions on the search queries, see  Search Actions.

You could also export the search results to your local system and share them with other users. You can export results in CSV format. It just takes a minute to export search results. Click the download Download button button.

The download button used to download the vulnerability details in CSV format.

Next, click Download. That's it! The vulnerability details are downloaded in CSV format.

The download is limited to 10,000 vulnerability records.