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Scanprofile io bataysk что это

Ostorlab added support for Universal Binary JSON encoding. UBJSON provides several performance benefits and adds support for binary data types. For more information about the format and available libraries, check out the following link UBJSON Spec. Support for JSON is still available and either can be specified using the content type header.


Ostorlab provides a GraphQL API to perform all tasks, from creating scan, access scans progress to listing vulnerabilities.


GraphQL offers several benefits, like performance, reduced number of requests and removes the need for API versioning.

The next section will describe how to use the API, how to experiment and test it.

If you are not familiar with GraphQL, we recommend this tutorial to get familiar with the technology and syntax.



You can use the GraphiQL web application to experiment with the API. GrapiQL is accessible at The API is accessible to authenticated users only. Make sure you are authenticated at .



Typical usage of the API is for automation around deployment pipelines or automating the creation and monitoring of a large number of scans.

For the authentication process, you have two options:

  • Token based authentication
  • API Key authentication
Token based authentication

The token can be retrieved from by submitting the username and password. A token linked to the user will be created. The token is then set in an Authorization header with the value Token to authenticate subsequent requests to .

API Key authentication

The API key can be retrieved from your dashboard . You need to click on Library then API keys menu. Click the new button to generate a new key and copy the api key (You can add a name and an expiry date to your key), do not forget to click the save button to save your key.

The API key is used as the value of the header’s key the key X-Api-Key to authenticate subsequent requests to .


Ostorlab maintains a self documenting scheme, see documentation explorer at the top right corner in the GrapiQL menu. See also the example section for common queries.


List Scans

To list all the scans owned by the organisation of the current user:

List Scans by Filter

To list scans for a particular Mobile Application, use the target argument to specify the application package name or bundle id.

The scans API supports other filters like targetAssetTypes , riskRatings , progress and can be ordered and sorted using orderBy and sort arguments:


Scan Details

To retrieve the details of a single scan using its id:

Vulnerability Details

To retrieve the list and details of vulnerabilities of a scan:

Scan Progress

To determine scan current progress stage (scheduled, scanning or done):

Create New Scan

To create a scan, files are uploaded as a multipart http request.

An example of an Android scan:

Create a new scan with authentication

Creating a scan with a credentials is a two-step process. First, credentials are added to the credentials store and a credential id is returned, and then a scan creation request is sent specifying the ids of the credentials to use in that scan.

For instance to create a simple login password credential. You can use the following:

Which will return the ID as the following:

To pass the credential Id, you must add the argument credentialIds with the list of Ids:


This article provides information on creating a new scanning profile or personalizing an existing profile using the Scanning Profiles Editor. This allows customizing profiles for any environment or purpose, for example:

  • enabling scanning options relevant only for certain groups of devices, like Linux or macOS
  • removing extra scanning checks in the slow networking environments
  • creating a profile that does not report missing patches for known items
  • adding custom vulnerability checks


Out of the box, LanGuard already has multiple scanning profiles pre-configured to cover various use cases and environments. All these profiles can be viewed and modified with the Scanning Profile Editor, and the new profiles can be created and personalized to address your specific use cases.

Scanning Profile Editor can be reached from the LanGuard console by any of the methods below:

    right-clicking on Scanning Profiles in the Configuration tab and selecting Scanning Profiles Management

Creating a New Scanning Profile

  1. In the Scanning Profiles Editor from the Common Tasks, click New Scanning Profile.
  2. Specify the new profile’s name and optionally select Copy all settings from an existing profile to clone settings from an existing profile.
  3. Click OK to save settings. The new scanning profile is added under Profiles in the left pane.

Personalizing a Scanning Profile

The Scanning Profile Editor allows changing the following Scanning Profile settings:

  • Vulnerability Assessment Options: specific checks, e.g., OVAL or CVE vulnerabilities and various patches.
  • Network and Software Audit Options: port scanning, system enumeration, and OS information.
  • Scanner Options: deals with timeouts, scanning threads, and other options for scanning.

Configuring Vulnerabilities and Patches

The Scanning Profile Editor Vulnerability Assessment Options tab allows you to configure which vulnerability and patches checks are performed when LanGuard is scanning targets with the selected profile. For example, you can skip some items from being detected in the first place instead of acknowledging or ignoring them after the scan.

Configuring Network and Software Audit Options

The default scanning profiles in LanGuard are already pre-configured to run many network and software audit checks on the selected target. You can customize the list of network and software audits executed during a scan or even disable in case you are interested only in the Vulnerability and Patches checks.


Refer to the articles below for the settings available in the individual Network and Software Audit sections:

Configuring Security Scanning Options

Scanner Options tab allows you to configure various settings and timeouts of the scanning engine, mostly used for manual scans . These parameters are configurable for each Scanning Profile separately and define how the scanning engine will perform target discovery and OS Data querying.


IMPORTANT: Configure these parameters with extreme care! An incorrect configuration can affect the security scanning performance of LanGuard.

  1. From Scanning Profile Editor > Profile categories, select the category that contains the scanning profile you want to edit (example: Complete/Combination Scans ).
  2. From the Profiles section, select the scanning profile you want to edit (example: Full Vulnerability Assessment).
  3. From the right pane, click Scanner Options.
  4. Configure the following parameters that determine the LanGuard scanning behavior:

Adding Custom Vulnerability Checks

LanGuard allows you to add custom vulnerability checks and even create new custom scripts that check for vulnerabilities. To add a custom check:

  1. Within the Scanning Profiles Editor, select the Scanning Profile that has Vulnerability Assessment Options enabled.
  2. Under the Vulnerability Assessment OptionsVulnerabilities tab, select the Add. button.
  3. Configure necessary details under each tab of the Add vulnerability pane.
  4. Press the OK button

IMPORTANT: Changes made to existing vulnerability checks will be applied to all scanning profiles.

Security auditing scripts can be developed using the script editor that ships with LanGuard . Script creation is a complex and sensitive topic and is covered by LanGuard Scripting documentation, accessible from the installation links:


GFI does not support requests related to problems in custom scripts.

Running the script in GFI LanGuard without debugging is not recommended. If the script is not functional, you will not be able to identify why the script failed. In addition, improper coding can lead to infinite loops, which can stall the GFI LanGuard scanner.

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