Mark a finding as false positive

False positives are an inherent risk of automated security testing
Written by Victor Pisarciuc
Updated 1 year ago
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If you believe a finding is incorrect, it may be a false positive. You can go to your findings tab and either mark it as “False Positive” or “Ignored” in order to automatically exclude it from the scan results.

Findings marked as false positives will also be excluded from future scan results against the same target.

In the Reporting process, you can decide if you want to include false positives or ignored findings in your report.

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