Reviewing page sensitivity

Learn how to review the sensitivity rating of each page to improve the accuracy of the tests and results.

Updated over a week ago


Every time a new page is added to your app, we'll ask you to review its sensitivity.

These page reviews give you the following benefits:

  • Getting pertinent alerts when a vulnerability is found.

  • More precise results regarding issue gravities.

  • Running appropriate checkpoints on pages.

Default setting and AI

When a page is first discovered, we automatically assign it a rating with our Predict AI. This rating is based on parameters such as the page name, the databases used within the page or the workflow action it contains. This rating persists until you define the sensitivity manually.

How to review pages manually?

Which rating should I give to my page?

As a general rule, every page that you wouldn't want anyone to have access to is sensitive.

โš ๏ธ Always add test pages as High sensitivity

You can use the following table to find details about each rating:




๐ŸŸข Not sensitive

Pages without sensitive data or workflows, related to non-sensitive content.

Blog article, contact page, ...

๐Ÿ”ด Sensitive

Page with always-critical data or workflows, typically administrator pages.

Admin dashboards, test pages, ...

I'm not sure what rating to assign.

No worries, if you're not sure what to do, you can always ask our team for advice.

Simply open a new chat using the bottom-right corner button and give some context about your page to our agent.

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