Generating and Viewing Statistical Reports in Acunetix 360

In addition to Built-In Reports and Report Templates, in Acunetix 360 you can also generate a variety of statistical reports for a particular website group or vulnerability during a specific date range.

These are the configurable parameters:

  • Time Start & Time End or Period (such as daily, weekly, quarterly etc)
  • Minimum Severity Level of vulnerabilities
  • Website Group (choose All to create a report about all the websites)
  • Vulnerability (in case of vulnerability trend report)
  • Report Type

This table lists and explains each report.

Report

Description

Issues per Period

This report displays the number of issues (e.g. SQL Injection) detected on this account, within the configured time period.

Vulnerable Website Groups per Period

This report displays the number of issues detected on this account, grouped by Website Group, within the configured time period.

Vulnerable Websites per Period

This report displays the number of issues detected on this account, grouped by Website, within the configured time period.

Issue Trend per Period

This report displays the number of issues detected on this account, grouped by week, within the configured time period.

Scans per Website Group

This report displays the number of scans run on this account, grouped by Website Group, within the configured time period.

PCI Compliance

This report displays the vulnerabilities categorized as listed in the PCI Compliance guidelines. It is exportable as an HTML file.

For further information, see PCI Scanning in Acunetix 360 and PCI DSS Compliance Report.

How to Create Statistical Reports in Acunetix 360
  1. Log in to Acunetix 360.
  2. In the main menu, click Reporting, then Reporting.

  1. In the Reporting window, configure the settings as required.
  2. Click Run.
  3. The report is displayed in the browser.
  4. Click Export as Image if you want to save a copy. The Save As dialog is displayed. (If you're running the PCI Compliance report, an Export Report dialog is displayed instead. Click Export. Then, the Save As dialog is displayed.)
  5. Select a save location, and click Save.
How to Save Statistical Report Filters in Acunetix 360
  1. Next to the filter's selection dropdown, click the gears icon (), and click Save.

The Save Report Filter dialog is displayed.

  1. In the Name field, enter a name for your filter, and click Save As New Filter.

 

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