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The Assets section provides users with a centralized hub for managing and organizing the entities targeted for testing and simulation.

When you click on “Assets” in the left-hand banner, you see all the “Assets” pages. When accessing the Assets section, users are directed by default to the Endpoints page, where they can start managing their assets.

From the Assets section, users can access the following pages:

  • Endpoints: Individual entities, representing any object or terminal that can be connected to a network.
  • Asset groups: Group of asset allowing you to organize endpoints into logical groups based on various filters applied by the user.


Endpoints encompass devices and systems that connect to a network, serving as the foundation for interaction with OpenBAS.

The list of endpoints continues to grow with the changing landscape of networked technologies and the increasing interconnectivity of digital ecosystems. Below is a non-exhaustive list of terminal categories:

  • Computers: This category encompasses a wide range of computing devices, including desktops, laptops, and servers deployed within organizational networks.
  • Mobile devices: Smartphones and tablets represent another prominent category of endpoints, providing users with mobile access to network resources and services.
  • Workstations: Workstations refer to terminals or dedicated machines utilized by individuals or groups to perform specific tasks or access networked resources. These systems are typically tailored to meet specific operational requirements and may include specialized software or configurations.
  • IoT devices: The Internet of Things (IoT) encompasses a diverse array of interconnected devices and sensors. IoT endpoints include smart thermostats, cameras, environmental sensors, smart watches, and health tracking devices, among others.

When accessing the Endpoints pages, you see the list of all endpoints imported in your platform. Here, users can create and manage details specific to each endpoint.

Assets can be imported with the help of specific Collectors, like Microsoft Entra.

Example of list of Assets

Asset groups

Asset groups serve as a mechanism for organizing and grouping related Endpoints. These groups are constructed based on filters that define the criteria for inclusion, allowing administrators to segment and categorize Endpoints based on common characteristics or attributes.

When creating a new asset group, administrators have the flexibility to specify the filters that will delineate the group's membership. Currently, the platform offers a range of filters such as platform type, hostname, and IP addresses. We plan to extend the possibilities by including additional filters in future updates.

Example of a Group configuration