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Ability to export events of WebSphere Automation to ELK
Customer requests audit trail at the server level and the events to be sent to ELK; events such as: 1. When a CVE is added to the database 2. When a particular server is scanned and first flagged with the CVE (e.g. due to a newly announced CVE or ...
Assign a different CVSS score to CVEs based on org assessment
Our organization may wish to change the default CVSS score for a given CVE, based on our own assessment. We gather and store this information in variety of ways, but we do have internal APIs which could be used to collect the CVSS score to be assi...
Show the Liberty features in the server details UI
Since Liberty features are used to determine security vulnerability, the server details UI should show the feature configuration. Any details that are used to determine the security posture of the server should be displayed on the server details p...
Include configuration assessment in WAS security posture
Considering including a configuration assessment as part of determining the security posture of servers. An example would be to look for older SSL configuration and flag those as insecure. In general, look for configuration that is outside of best...
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