Kenna Security

Kenna Security

Kenna automates the correlation of vulnerability data, threat data, and zero-day data, analyzing security vulnerabilities against active Internet breaches so that InfoSec teams can prioritize remediations and report on their overall risk posture.

Get Kenna API Key:

API Key

Get Kenna Connector ID:

1. On the Kenna homepage select Connectors in the top navigation bar.

2. Select Add Connector.

3. Select the Kenna Data Importer

4. Name the Connector and set the asset inactivity limit.

6. Select the new connector, and record the connector ID.

Get the Kenna Toolkit:

The easiest way to get started is to use the pre-built image on Docker Hub.

docker pull kennasecurity/toolkit

It can also be built from source by cloning this repository.

Run the Kenna Toolkit:

There are 4 primary parameters to pass to the Kenna toolkit:

  • task=edgescan
  • edgescan_token='<ES_API_TOKEN>'
  • kenna_api_key='<KENNA_API_KEY>'
  • kenna_connector_id=<KENNA_CONNECTOR_ID>

Full list of parameters can be found below.

Calling A Specific Task With Docker:

docker run -it --rm toolkit:latest task=edgescan edgescan_token='es4p1t0k3n|12345' kenna_api_key='k3nna4p1k3y' kenna_connector_id=12345 

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