Hosts & Services

Hosts & Services

How to manage Hosts

To manage your Hosts you need to access Faraday's Web UI and click on the Hosts icon:


Here you can create, edit or eliminate Hosts as you wish.

Creating Hosts

From the Hosts window, click New and fill out the form.

Editing Hosts

From the Hosts window, select the host and click Edit.

Eliminating Hosts

From the Hosts window, select the Host and click Delete.

How to manage Services

To manage Services for a specific Host, find it in the list and click on the view button.

Creating Services

From the Services window, click New and fill out the form.

Editing Services

From the Services window, select the Service and click Edit.

Eliminating Services

From the Services window, select the Service and click Delete.

Search & Filter

You can search or filter your data by specifying a keyword or multiple keywords. In order to perform a search, type the keyword in the text field above the table. Field values are not case-sensitive.

How to filter by one field

In order to perform a search by one field, follow these steps:

  1. Enter the name of the field (e.g. severity).

  2. Type a colon (:) right next to the name of the field specified above.

  3. Type in the word that you want to find inside quotation marks (")

Use cases

Now, let's take a look at which fields are available for filtering with an example. All of them are searched through the search field.


For searching in Hosts tab, just type the keyword that you want to search without quotation marks (excepting Tags). The following fields are available for searching in Hosts tab:

  • IP (ex:

  • Hostname (ex:

  • Services (ex: https). Only service's name.

  • OS (ex: Linux)

To search by Tags:

  • tags:internal


  • name:http

  • version:2.4

  • port:8080

  • protocol:tcp

  • status:closed

  • vulns:1 (number of vulns created in this service)

  • credentials:1 (number of credentials created for this service)

To search by Tags:

  • tags:prod

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