Rumble 2.9: Compare internal and external attack surfaces

, by Huxley Barbee

What’s new with Rumble 2.9?

Find differences in exposure with the Site Comparison Report

The new Site Comparison report enables Rumble Enterprise users to compare assets between two sites or organizations. This report works with both standard organizations and projects, making it easy to scan the same network from multiple perspectives and compare the differences.

This report highlights differences in the IP addresses, services, ports, and protocols. The ‘+' and ‘-’ symbols designate which attributes were added or removed. You can search the report by port, protocol, IP address and CIDR. Clicking on an asset will take you to the full details.

Search editor

Go to Reports > Analysis reports: compare sites to access the report.

This report can also enable point-in-time comparisons for the same site. View the details of an older, completed scan task, load the data into a new project, and then use the Site Comparison Report to compare the current site with this project.

Improved network topology reports

Our users told us that they love the network topology reports, but wanted to see faster load times, cleaner layouts, and more information. These reports are now faster than ever, with search filters, site filters, a new layout, better icons, and even more asset detail.

Topology report

Check out the improved topology reports by going to Home > Reports > Analysis > Switch topology or Home > Reports > Analysis > Network bridges.

Manage users and permissions at scale

Rumble already includes SSO for all users (even our free tier), but many folks have asked for the ability to quickly invite their users and manage their permissions in bulk. You can now upload a CSV file with your users’ first name, last name, email address, and default role.

Bulk import users

This release also adds the ability to bulk update users' permissions through the Your team page.

Your team page

Check out the new user management features by going to Home > Your team.

Release notes

This release includes a rollup of all the 2.8.x updates. Read the changelog to see all the improvements and updates in this release.

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