You can Collaborate further with Teams.
- Connect with People to build your dream team.
- Share and pool together your vulnerability libraries and test suites to create powerful synergies.
- Combine your hard work and avoid reinventing the wheel.
- Intended for pentest teams or collaborative freelancers.
- 1.Invite somebody to your team (by their email address) from the My Team module. Note AttackForge Community Pro subscription is required to send invites.
- 2.Invitee receives an email notification. Invitee can either accept or reject connection request via My Team module. Note AttackForge Community Pro subscription is not required to accept or reject a connection request.
- 3.If invitee accepts the request, you will be connected. You can now choose which library information is shared with each team member. You can also easily invite team members to your projects.
- Your team is individual to you. You do not inherit other team members by simply connecting with someone. You have full control over who you share your libraries with.
- Joining a team does not give you access to any projects. Access to projects (and vulnerabilities) is managed by Project Owners on a project-by-project basis.
Team members can do the following
- View and Edit each other's Vulnerability Library issues, and use them on your own projects when creating vulnerabilities.
- View and Edit each other's Test Suites and Test Cases, and use them on your own projects.
Permissions are managed by each team member - independently.
- Manage access to Your Vulnerability Library issues
- View - team member can only view your vulnerability library, and use the issues on their own projects when creating a vulnerability.
- Edit - team member can update any issue in your vulnerability library, however they cannot delete them.
- Hidden - team member cannot see your vulnerability library.
- Manage access to Your Test Suites
- View - team member can only view your test suites and test cases, and use them on their own projects when creating a new project.
- Edit - team member can update your test suites and test cases, however they cannot delete them.
- Hidden - team member cannot see your test suites and test cases.
- Manage Connection
- Pending - team member has requested to connect with you. They cannot access your Vulnerability Library or Test Suites until you confirm the request.
- Connect - team member is now connected with you so long as both parties elect to remain connected. You can adjust their access to your Vulnerability Library and Test Suites. By default - access is set to Hidden for both Vulnerability Library and Test Suites.
- Disconnect - team member is not connected and cannot see your Vulnerability Library, Test Suites and Test Cases, until both parties choose to connect.
- Remove Connection - remove the team member from your list. They will no longer show up on either party's My Team.
You can invite a person to your team by clicking on the
Invite Person to My Teambutton.
You can invite anybody to your team by email address. Please ensure you have their permission before you invite them.
After inviting a new person to join your team, they will receive an email invitation.
If they are an existing user in AttackForge, they will be notified of your request. They can then approve the connection by accessing My Team.
If they are not an existing user in AttackForge, they will be notified of your request however they will need to first register a new account using the same email address in order to join your team. They can then approve the connection by accessing My Team.