HackerView (CSRM)

Modified on Tue, 23 Jan 2024 at 12:02 PM

HackerView(tm) by CloudDefense.AI is a unique view into your Cloud Assets from the perspective of an outsider doing recon. Another term for this is External Exposure Scan. The HackerView page allows you to view your Cloud and Applications hosted in your Cloud through the eye of a hacker doing reconnaissance.  

Streamline your security team's workload with CloudDefense.AI's HackerView. Our Cloud Surface Recon Management (CSRM) platform efficiently filters out false critical vulnerabilities, ensuring focus on genuinely exploitable threats.

CloudDefense.AI excels in identifying potential attack paths by detecting publicly accessible assets and analyzing their network relationships, including dependencies.

Our platform proactively safeguards your system by simulating attacker strategies, offering insights into potential security breaches, and enabling preventative actions against actual threats.

Stay ahead of emerging threats with our solution that continuously updates its defenses against the latest zero-day vulnerabilities

Find publicly exposed and exploitable cloud assets:

Find Operating System, Port, Tech and 1-day vulnerabilities that might lead to an entry point:

Users can spot the

  • Hacker view alerts/findings 

  • Total assets 

  • Scan time.

You can sort findings based on:

  • Severity filter 

  • Instance Id filter

Alerts: Users can spot the number of generated hacker view findings/alerts for their cloud account against the rules of the ACS platform.

Total asset: Users can spot the number of assets that are evaluated against the rules of the ACS platform

Scan time: The user can spot the last scan time with the date and time of their cloud accounts.

Severity filter: The severity filter allows the user to spot the findings with their severity level. There are four severity levels in the ACS platform e.g. Critical severity, High severity, Medium severity, and low severity.

Instance Id filter: The user can spot the hacker view findings by instance id.

e.g. i-07cf91b36ce4bbff6, i-040c8281c16fd4cff, i-0544b1305738531c4, i-00820a0b7404576da, i-010b3c82ccd5f5064, i-0e9e115eb9edd9aa0, i-07eb53522ead1e0c4, etc.

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