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Nodes are containers, similar to "folders" in a file system.
Most of the information in a Dradis project is associated with a Node including: notes, attachments, and evidence.
Depending on the type of security assessment you're working on, you'll want to structure your project in a different way. Here are two sample project structures:
Mobile app assessment
You can nest your nodes to create a tree structure.
Nodes are simply containers without any meaning attached to them. They can represent anything: hosts, wireless networks, areas of the attack surface, OWASP categories... you get the idea.
Add new root branches to the tree using the
+ symbol in the sidebar:
In the pop-up that appears, select Add one to add a single top-level Node to your project. Give the node a label and select an Icon if desired. Then, click Add to create the node.
To create more than one node at the same time, select Add multiple. Type or paste a list of the nodes you want to create into the editor window. Make sure to add each new node on a new line. Select an Icon if desired, then click Add to create all of your nodes at the same time.
Once you click on a node, you can perform several operations using the top menu, including:
Once you click on a Node, in the contextual sidebar you'll find:
When you find a vulnerability, you typically associate it with a node in the project. In the Evidence section you include the specifics. For example:
The details you include in the evidence will depend of the type of assessment (and your reporting template).
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