This section explains how to mark findings in DAST Essentials. You can find the functionality to mark a detected finding as a false positive on the last scan page of each scan target.
You can select one of the following options to mark a finding:
- False Positive Marking: by marking a false positive finding, you tell the scanners that the result is false positive, and you don't want to see this finding again in the following scans.
- Accept Risk: if you mark a finding as Accept Risk, you tell scanners that you are aware of the risk and do not want to see this finding in the following scans.
- Won't Fix: when you mark a finding as Won't Fix, you inform the scanners that you are aware of the issue and the vulnerability is not fixable, so you do not want to see this finding on the following scans in the findings list.
After you mark a finding, you can see it in the Ignore Findings table.
You can see all the findings you marked and the ignored reason on this page. In addition, you have an option to undo the mark. If you select Undo, the result opens in the findings list and appears for the following scans.