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Discover Assets

Discovering Assets

Asset discovery is a continuously running process to find new assets as they appear, and in this guide we will walk you through this process.

Go to your organisation's dashboard


Navigate to the Attack Surface page.


Then select the "Discovery" option from the menu.


To list potential assets, change the view mode to Discovered at the left top corner. The assets table will show the potential assets ordered by confidence which can either be High, Moderate or Low. The confidence has a score that computes the likelihood an asset belongs to the same org as the confirmed ones.

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The more assets are confirmed, the better the platform learns how an organization is structured and can make better recommendation.

Discovered assets can either be confirmed by clicking the assign owner button or can be rejected disqualify using any of its connections. An example is a domain name with a CNAME that points to a hosting service. The hosting service should be excluded to disqualify assets pointing to same hosting provider. This can include 3rd party services like a DNS service, a CDN, or a SaaS provider.


The discovered assets have several types, like domain, subdomain, IP, and Mobile App, organization, address, geolocation, TLD, person, email, ASN, etc.

These can also be confirmed as belonging to the organization to finetune the asset discovery algorithm. For instance, if an email is confirmed as belonging to an organization, all Whois records pointing to the email address will be qualified as potential nodes.