The Credentials page provides a single place to store any secure credentials needed by Rumble. That includes:

  • SNMPv3 credentials
  • Access secrets for cloud services like AWS and Azure
  • API keys for services such as Censys and Miradore

Credentials are stored in encrypted form in the Rumble database. Credentials which are used by the Rumble Explorers, such as SNMP passwords, are transmitted to the explorers in encrypted form. For security reasons, the secret part of any credential cannot be viewed once entered.

When adding a credential, you can choose whether to make it a global credential that can be used for all organizations, or to allow access only by specific organizations. The Allow all or Disallow all buttons let you quickly apply the same setting across all organizations. Individual organizations can also be toggled to allow or disallow access.

The specific fields and options for a credential depend on the type of credential.

VMware and SNMP credentials, which are used by the Rumble Explorer, allow a CIDR allow list to be specified. This can be used to limit which scanned IP addresses the credential will be used with. This feature allows you to avoid sending SNMP or VMware credentials to all scanned hosts on the network, and instead limit them to specific IP addresses or ranges.