Domain Settings

With the Domain Settings you can manage your domains. You can add a new domain our you can edit the settings of each domain. If you want to trigger a scan you can start a new one by clicking scan now.

If you have many domains configured the search bar helps you to find the domain you want to configure.

Editing the Domain

When you edit a domain you will see 3 sections.

Domain Details

The domain details show the status of the domain.

  • Name of the domain
  • If it is verified with Offensity
  • When the next scan is scheduled

The 3 buttons in this section will allow you to:

  • Enter the scan settings page for the domain
  • Delete the domain
  • Enter the domain verification page. (see Verify my domain)

Scan Settings

  • You can disable or enable scan modules and configure the according to your needs.
  • You can set the schedule of the scan for the domain.
  • Enable or disable the Dataleaks scanner.


In the subdomains section you can:

  • Add new subdomains
  • Delete subdomains.

When you add new subdomains, you will automatically see the available subdomains that Offensity found, but which are not yet enabled for your scan.

When you delete subdomains you will see a list of all subdomains that Offensity currently scans for vulnerabilities.


From here you can reach the results of all the vulnerability scan for the domain that were performed.


In Offensity your user is part of one or many Teams. The Team usually is the account of your organization. For each Team you see the current users, when they last logged in, if they use 2FA and if they have Read-Only permissions.

If you have a partner account you can add additional Teams.

Every user (except Read-Only users) can add and remove members of their teams.

You cannot remove yourself. If you want to be removed from a Team or want the deletion of a Team please contact our support.

Scan Activity

The scan activity page shows the currently running scans of your domains.

Scan Settings

From the scan settings page you can enter the settings for the scans of your Teams. You can disable or enable scan modules and configure the according to your needs.

You can import scan targets. For this you must add a URL to a text file that holds all the domains and subdomains you want to be scanned. You may also import multiple URLs.

You can also configure Webhooks for Teams, Slack or custom endpoints. You will be informed when:

  • Scans are started
  • Scans are finished
  • Scans are canceled
  • New Issues are found
  • Existing issues are found for new URLs

Exported Data

Here you see a list of all the reports that where exported as PDF documents.