Select an option profile to be used for scanning the selected web applications. We use the default option profile automatically when users launch or schedule a scan for this web application.
Click View if you want to see (or edit) the settings of the selected option profile.
Click Create if you want to create a new option profile for the selected web applications.
Select a scanner appliance to be used for scanning the selected web applications. We use the default scanner appliance automatically when users launch or schedule a scan for this web application. The default scanner appliance can be set to
External (for scanning a web application on an external-facing network)
Individual (for scanning a web application on an internal network. By default, only one internal scanner can be selected.)
Tags (for allocating multiple scanner appliances clubbed in a group by a single or multiple asset tags. Select an existing tag or create a new tags. All the scanner appliances that are associated with the selected tags form a scanner pool for the web application.)
Do you want scans to crawl links and directories found in the Robots.txt files?
Robots.txt is a convention to prevent cooperating web spiders and other web robots from accessing all or part of a web site that is otherwise publicly viewable. If selected your options are:
Crawl all links and directories found in the robots.txt file, if present.
Do not crawl links or directories that are excluded from the robots.txt file. Select to fully adhere to the robots.txt file, if present in these web applications. Links and directories that are not included in the robots.txt file will not be crawled.
Sitemap.xml is an XML file that lists a site's URLs to inform search engines about URLs that are available for crawling.
Select this check box to identify headers that need to be injected by our scanning service to scan these web applications. Then tell us if you want to add to existing headers, if any, or replace them.
Enter header information in the field provided. You can enter a maximum of 131,072 characters.
Enter each header in the format: <header>: <text>.
Multiple headers may be entered. Each header must be on a separate line.