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Secure alerts
Published On Jul 10, 2024 - 11:31 AM

Secure alerts

The secure alerts dashboard displays graphs that enable an in-depth comprehension of the severity trend chart and application vulnerability detection.
In Secure alerts, data can be filtered by two criteria:
  • Dashboards:
    Select a dashboard to view development data specific to that dashboard.
  • Applications:
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    Depending on your selections from these filters, the data displayed in the widgets varies. Some widgets may show a “No data found” message, which means no recent data is available for your selection.
The Secure alerts dashboard displays two widgets and a table view that provide a graphic representation of development activities and applications:
  • Severities trend.
  • Vulnerable applications.
  • Technical service alerts.

Severities trend

This graph depicts the trend of security alerts based on the day filter option, further divided into critical, high, medium, and low severity levels. It also displays the total number of active and closed alerts for all technical services. Currently, dismissed alerts come under open state.

Vulnerable applications

This is a Bar graph with the name of the application and the severity (critical and high) shown in red and orange, respectively. The function of this graph is to show which apps are the most vulnerable in terms of severity.

Technical services alerts

The Technical service alerts table is located at the bottom of the Secure alerts dashboard that provides vulnerability alerts from dependent packages in a tabular form and enables a detailed view of each service. Each row in the table displays information for a specific service, separated by columns of information type:
  • Technical services:
    Name of the technical service.
  • Application:
    Name for the application.
  • Total alerts:
    Total number of alerts.
  • Critical:
    Number of critical status alerts.
  • High:
    Number of High-status alerts.
  • Medium:
    number of Medium-status alerts.
  • Low:
    Number of Low-status alerts.
  • Latest alert opened:
    Time that the alert was last opened.
All columns in this table can be sorted, and above this table, you will find a search box that allows searching deployments by name and a
Gear
icon that allows changing the table settings to show or hide pre-selected columns.

Technical services alert details

The Technical services alert details table provides detailed secure alert data in a tabular form and enables a detailed view of each package alert. This page displays the following elements:
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  • A subheader displaying information regarding:
    • Application name
    • Technical service name
    • Source
  • Severity count:
    • Critical
    • High
    • Low
    • Total
  • Three radio buttons to filter the table data into Open, Dismissed, and Closed alerts.
A table view for the specified technical service, presenting information on multiple alerts organized in the following columns:
  • Package:
    Name of the package where the alert was generated.
  • Severity:
    Classification of the severity category.
  • CVE ID:
    Classified vulnerability ID.
  • Affected version:
    Affected version that generated the alert.
  • Patched version:
    Fixed version where the alert was generated.
  • Alert URL:
    Link to the repository containing more information for the alert.
  • Created at:
    Time when the alert was created.
All columns can be sorted except for
Affected versions
and
Patched versions
. Above this table, you will find a search box that allows searching Packages by name and a
Gear
icon that allows changing the table settings to show or hide pre-selected columns.
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