Faraday vulnerability search

Faraday vulnerability search


The vulnerability search allows you to build search queries to search for vulnerabilities.

screenshot of vulnerability search
For using the search you need to know the vulnerability attributes and its relationships.
Vulnerability contains the following attributes:
  1. name
  2. target
  3. confirmed
  4. severity (informational, low, medium, high, critical)
  5. confirmed (true, false)
  6. status (open, closed, re-opened, risk-accepted)
  7. id
  8. service__port
  9. hostname
  10. tags (use tags:qa or tags:dev )
  11. method
  12. status_code (http status code for vulnerability web)
  13. tool (ex. tool:Nessus)

Examples

The query syntax is attribute_name:search_value. For example, lets suppose you want to search for critical or high, but also confirmed:
  1. (severity:high or severity:critical) and confirmed:true
In the previous example we use parenthesis since the search allows you to nest conditions.

Another interesting query could be:
  1. (tags:qa or tags:dev) and (severity:high or severity:critical)
The previous example will search for critical or high issues in qa or dev environments.

You can also search by service port:
  1. (service__port:80) and hostname:www.test.com

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