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Asset Rule Filters

You can use the filters described in the following table to create asset rules for access groups.

Filter Description
AWS Account ID The canonical user identifier for the Amazon Web Services (AWS) account associated with the asset. For more information, see "AWS Account Identifiers" in the AWS documentation.
AWS Availability Zone The name of the Availability Zone where AWS hosts the virtual machine instance. For more information, see "Regions and Availability Zones" in the AWS documentation.
AWS EC2 AMI ID The unique identifier of the Linux AMI image in Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2). For more information, see the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud Documentation.
AWS EC2 Instance ID The unique identifier of the Linux instance in Amazon EC2. For more information, see the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud Documentation.
AWS EC2 Name The name of the virtual machine instance in Amazon EC2.
AWS EC2 Product Code The product code associated with the AMI used to launch the virtual machine instance in Amazon EC2.
AWS Region The region where AWS hosts the virtual machine instance, for example, 'us-east-1'. For more information, see "Regions and Availability Zones" in the AWS documentation.
AWS Security Group The security group to which you have assigned the virtual machine instance in Amazon EC2. For more information, see Security Groups in the Amazon Virtual Private Cloud User Guide.
AWS Subnet ID The unique identifier of the AWS subnet where the virtual machine instance was running at the time of the scan.
AWS VPC ID The unique identifier of the public cloud that hosts the AWS virtual machine instance. For more information, see the Amazon Virtual Private Cloud User Guide.
Azure Resource ID The unique identifier of the resource in the Azure Resource Manager. For more information, see the Azure Resource Manager Documentation.
Azure VM ID The unique identifier of the Microsoft Azure virtual machine instance. For more information, see "Accessing and Using Azure VM Unique ID" in the Microsoft Azure documentation.
FQDN/Hostname

One of the following:

  • The fully-qualified domain name of the asset.
  • The hostname of the asset.
Google Cloud Instance ID The unique identifier of the virtual machine instance in Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
Google Cloud Project ID The customized name of the project to which the virtual machine instance belongs in GCP. For more information see "Creating and Managing Projects" in the GCP documentation.
Google Cloud Zone The zone where the virtual machine instance runs in GCP. For more information, see "Regions and Zones" in the GCP documentation.
IPv4 Address An IPv4 address for the asset. For this filter, you can use CIDR notation (e.g., 192.168.0.0/24), a range (e.g., 192.168.0.1-192.168.0.255), or a comma-separated list (e.g., 192.168.0.0, 192.168.0.1).
IPv6 Address An IPv6 address for the asset.
MAC Address The MAC address of the asset.
NetBIOS Name The NetBIOS name for the asset.
Network Name The name of the network to which the asset belongs.
Operating System The operating system installed on the asset.
Qualys Asset ID The Asset ID of the asset in Qualys. For more information, see the Qualys documentation.
Qualys Host ID The Host ID of the asset in Qualys. For more information, see the Qualys documentation.
ServiceNow Sys ID The unique record identifier of the asset in ServiceNow. For more information, see the ServiceNow documentation.

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