If you've been around our community for some time, you know that we've been hard at work getting ProjectDiscovery Cloud Platform ready for all of you. Our goal is to support community members using PD tools for everyone; from bug bounty hunting all the way through large enterprises who want to use cutting-edge tools to detect exploitable vulnerabilities in their external attack surface.
While much of that work has been behind the scenes with design partners and others, we have released parts of PDCP as they become available to our community at large. The first part of PDCP to be released was our AI-template generator, testing of templates against single targets, and the ability to integrate that directly into your browser with our AI-template generator Chrome Extension.
But today, we are thrilled to announce the first integration of Nuclei directly into ProjectDiscovery Cloud Platform, with the ability to upload results directly from the nuclei CLI to your own dashboard in PDCP!
With the release of
nuclei 3.1.0, everyone can experience the future vision for ProjectDiscovery Cloud Platform…today. Here's how:
- Make sure you have the latest nuclei version (at least
v3.1.0) by running
nuclei -versionin your terminal.
- If you need to update, you can run
nuclei -up- or check out the PD Tool Manager to make sure you always have the latest PD releases.
- Visit https://cloud.projectdiscovery.io to generate an API token to use with PDCP (Select "Sign up" if you don't have an account already!)
- Once you have that API key copied, run
nuclei -authin your terminal
5. Paste your API key when prompted, and you should see
Successfully logged in
6. After that, you should be able to upload your results using the flag
nuclei -target http://honey.scanme.sh -cloud-upload
And when the command completes, you'll see a URL in the output to view the scan results! You can learn more about the results dashboard in our documentation.
[INF] Scan results uploaded!
View them at https://cloud.projectdiscovery.io/scans/abdcEFGH1234
Using PDCP to filter results
You can then filter the results using the column on the left side to find vulnerabilities by severity, host, or the specific template used:
You can also search for specific vulnerabilities and edit the types of data you're looking at:
History of Results
You also can go to "Scans" in PDCP to see the whole history of any previous uploads from Nuclei to compare results over time.
We're still hard at work with design partners and others to bring the best of ProjectDiscovery tooling to the cloud, both for individuals and our enterprise users. We hope to have more updates soon as to when you can expect general availability for features like asset discovery, cloud scanning, and other great features we have planned for PDCP.
If you're a security engineer or leader in your organization, and you want to help influence the future of PDCP for use in your org, make sure to sign up here. We'll be in touch as soon as possible!
And if you're a member of our community - thank you so much! Be sure to sign up for our community newsletter and join our Discord server to be the first to know all the latest happenings at ProjectDiscovery!