The sites page shows the sites that have been configured. For each site, it shows details of the latest scan and a summary of the results.
Sites can be organized into a tree structure using folders. You can use this to reflect the structure of your organization or infrastructure. You can also restrict user access to only parts of the sites tree, based on this structure.
The filter bar lets you show or hide items based on particular features; for example, only showing sites that are currently being scanned.
Hovering the mouse over a site shows contextual options for that site, such as configuring a new scan of the site.
You can click into a site to see more details.
You can use the "New site" and "New folder" buttons to populate the sites tree. You can also use the mouseover contextual options to create a new site or subfolder within an existing folder.
Each site must be configured with:
You can also optionally define settings that will be used when the site is scanned:
Each site must be configured with at least one "include" URL. You can also optionally configure "exclude" URLs to specify areas beneath the "include" URLs that are not part of the site.
For example, you could define a site with the "include" URL:
and the "exclude" URLs:
This configuration will include the "my-application" folder and everything beneath it except for the "admin" and "secret" folders.
When a site is scanned, the site URLs function as the start URLs for the crawl, and also define the scope of the scan.
You can omit the protocol from the start of site URLs, meaning that they apply to both http:// and https://. No wildcards are permitted.
Clicking into an individual site lets you see more details: