Exposes basic information about instances of an issue type that was found by a scan.
The type of issue that was found by a scan, for example, a SQL injection vulnerability.
The level of confidence that an issue that was identified is a genuine vulnerability. This reflects the inherent reliability of the technique that was used by Burp Scanner to identify the issue.
The level of severity for an issue that was found by a scan. The higher the severity level, the larger the impact is likely to be if an attacker is able to exploit this vulnerability. Note that the severity level is only a rough approximation based on a typical website. You should use your knowledge of the purpose and context of the associated functionality to determine how serious each issue is in your individual case.
The number of instances of this issue type that were found by a scan.
The unique identifier of the first instance of this issue type that was found by a scan.
The issue's relationship to the results of the previous scan. This data is used to track how your security posture is changing over time.
The number of Jira tickets that have been created for issues found by this scan.
The number of GitLab issues that have been created for issues found by this scan.
The number of Trello cards that have been created for issues found by this scan.