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Reporting in existing types of vulnerabilities

Where can I report them?#

The Fluid Attacks ASM has the necessary tools to be able to report all the vulnerabilities encountered in the group's scope. In order to access this functionality, you can go to the main screen for the specific type of vulnerability you want to report

Bulk Edit Button

When you get there you can click on the button Bulk edit and the buttons used for reporting vulnerabilities will appear on the bottom of the page, you might need to scroll down to see them

Vulnerability Report Buttons

The first button Download Vulnerabilities gives you a .yaml file describing all the vulnerabilities of this type, the second button that contains the word Explore is the one you use to search on your device the .yaml file with the vulnerabilities that you want to report and lastly the Update Vulnerabilities button is used after you select said file and want to upload its vulnerabilities.

The format to report vulnerabilities#

The .yaml file mentioned before needs to have a specific format or it will give you an error. You can report vulnerabilities present in the code of a repository or directly in the application that results from this code, in order to do this you can write a section in the .yaml file starting with inputs or lines respectively

Yaml Report Format

You can add as many vulnerabilities as you need, you just have to separate each one with a hyphen and add the necessary fields. Inputs and lines need different information. First we have the fields for the inputs:

The inputs yaml format#

  • Field: The name of the specific field or fields in the application that enables the vulnerability.
  • State: This field specifies if the vulnerability currently still persists or if it has already been resolved. It can be open or closed.
  • Url: This is the web address in which we can find the field that has the vulnerability.
  • Stream: This information is very important for future analysts that access the group to be able to find the vulnerability. You must write a breadcrumb trail that starts at the page that is viewed first when accessing the environment url (e.g. Home, Login, Dashboard) and write each link name or functionality you have to access in order to be able to reach the field that has the vulnerability.
  • Repo_nickname: This is the nickname that a group administrator gives to a specific repository. You can find it in the Scope tab of the group in the Nickname column of the Git roots section, as seen in the following image.

Repository Nickname

You can also use the GraphQL API to find the nickname by using this query:

query {
project(projectName: "your project name") {
roots {
...on GitRoot {

You can go to this link in order to learn more about using the GraphQL API to access all of the information in the ASM.

And then, we also have the format for reporting line vulnerabilities:

The lines yaml format#

  • Line: This is the specific line or lines in the file that contains the type of vulnerability that is being reported.
  • Commit_hash: This is a 40 characters long string that points to the specific commit that last modified the file before encountering the vulnerability.
  • Path: This is the directory path to find the file inside its repository.
  • State: This field specifies if the vulnerability currently still persists or if it has already been resolved. It can be open or closed.
  • Repo_nickname: This field is the same one as in the

inputs format.