Viewing Issues in Acunetix 360
The Issues window displays lists of vulnerabilities detected in scans run by your entire team. You can get an overview of Issues that have been assigned to you, those that are awaiting a Retest and those that are Addressed.
Administrators and Project Managers benefit from an overview of all Issues, including the current State of each Issue and to whom it has been assigned.
You can also view issues using the Issues API Endpoints, enabling you to easily integrate with other applications or internal systems. You can now use the API Endpoints to view the following:
For further information, see What Systems Does Acunetix 360 Integrate With?.
This table lists and explains the lists available from the submenus in the Issues window.
This window displays a list of all the Issues that have been assigned to you. You can take action by fixing them, assigning them to someone else or changing their status.
The number next to the menu name indicates how many outstanding items you have on your To-Do list.
In the Status column for each newly identified vulnerability, it will read Present. Once you click Retest, it will change to Fixed (Unconfirmed).
Waiting for Retest
This window displays a list of all Issues whose State has been updated to Fixed (Unconfirmed). They are waiting to be tested automatically by Acunetix 360.
This window displays a list of all the Issues that have been addressed and whose State has been updated to one of the following:
Accepted Risk Indicates that the Issue has been considered and is marked as a low risk vulnerability
False Positive Indicates that the Issue has been considered and is marked as not a genuine vulnerability
Fixed (Confirmed) Indicates that the Issue has been fixed and confirmed by Acunetix 360, and so requires no further action
Users with Manage Issues (Restricted) permission can only mark an Issue’s state as 'Fixed (Confirmed)'.
This window displays a list of all Issues detected in scans run by your entire team. The entire team can view all Issues in a scan report, even if they only have the Manage Issues (Restricted) permission.
Issue Window Fields
This table lists and explains the fields listed in the Issues window's columns and in an individual Issue window.
This is the name of the vulnerability, such as Internal Server Error.
This is the vulnerability severity level. The options are:
For further information, see Vulnerability Severity Levels.
This is the name of the scanned website.
This is either the website address of the scanned website or the URL of the detected issue.
This is the date and time the issue was first detected.
This is when the issue was most recently detected.
This is the label given to an issue to group and/or give additional context. For further information, see Tagging issues in Acunetix 360.
This is the name of the person who has been assigned the task. It may be:
This indicates the current status of the issue. All Issues are initially marked as Present.
This indicates the current state of the issue. The state levels are explained as follows:
This indicates whether the issue can be retested.
How to View an Issue in Acunetix 360
From the main menu, click Issues, then To Do. (Alternatively, you can select another submenu.) A list of issues is displayed.
For further information, see Issues Lists.