Hello. I need to confirm if qualys scans are capable for identify BPG vulnerabilities.
I mean vulnerabilities for the Protocol BGP ( Border Gateway Protocol).
We have QIDs which find vulnerabilities related to BGP. If you have access to Qualys, you can query for "BGP" in our KnowledgeBase. Is there a particular BGP vulnerability you are seeking?
What is QID ?
I am not seeking a particular BGP vulnerability, what i need is scan some IPs Addresses for search BGP vulnerabilities.
I have access to qualys, but when i search BGP in the Knowledge Base appears
" No data found matching your filters"
Could you tell me an example of a BGP Vulnerability that qualys verified in the scan?
QID is our unique identifier for vulnerabilities. It is a way to reference a specific vulnerability that we are able to find.
One example QID is 43251. This vulnerability is related to a Cisco IOS BGP Software bug also referenced in CVE-2012-4617.
If you are seeing an error, you may want to ensure you are searching in the "Title" field.
Thanks for your answer.
I understand that when i launch a scan automatically qualys make tests against all the Knowledge Base to find vulnerabilities in the IP address.
I have to specify the type of test that i want run, for example in this case of BGP, i need to specify or configure something for detect these vulnerabilities.
If you have the opportunity, you may check out qualys.com/training for more information. What you are attempting to accomplish sounds like it could be done easily by creating either a static or dynamic search list (About search lists).
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