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Workspace

Information is organized into various Workspaces. Each Workspace contains a pentest team's assignments and all the intel that is discovered.

The workspaces are used to hold the information re-collected from the different tools and/ or commands used in the "actions" for each Penetration Test. Each workspace integrates all the results from pentesters from a given project in the Web console allowing you to identify and manage your information in one place.

How to Manage Workspaces

To manage your workspaces you need to access your Faraday Web UI and click on your User Name slider menu on the right top of the screen and then on Wokspaces

A list of workspaces and summary are displayed where you can create, edit or delete them

Create a Workspace

From the workspaces window click on New button and complete below

  • Workspace Name
  • Description
  • Start Date / End Date
  • Make it public (all users can see it)
  • Scope
  • Users Permission

Edit a Workspace

From the workspace window select the workspace and click on Edit icon

Delete a Workspace

From the workspaces window select the workspace and click on Delete trash icon

Read Only Workspaces

You can make a workspace READ ONLY from the Workspace View (padlock icon)
When the padlock icon is closed, the workspace became READ ONLY
Once a workspace is READ ONLY, you can't add/modify/delete Vulnerablities, Hosts or Services.
You need click on the padlock (padlock open) to put the Workspace in write mode

The amount of Workspaces allowed will depend on your license type, workspaces in READ ONLY state has not limits.

Active Workspaces

Note:
If you click on the green ACTIVE icon of a workspace, it will disapear from the list, basically making it Archived
You need to click Show archived to displayed them, click on ACTIVE icon again to work on them