UpGuard will scan any website belonging to you or a monitored vendor at least once per day. 

When the UpGuard platform scans a website it collects data from a variety of sources. Most of this data collection occurs right away, and any changes are reflected as soon as the website is re-scanned (within a day).

However, certain data (specifically port scan results, some vulnerability data, and some attributes related to TLS version) are collected less frequently, and may take a few days to flow through. 

That said, when you request explicitly request a scan (by pressing the RESCAN button), it will schedule a port scan and the results will be visible within a day. 

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Step 1: Log in to the UpGuard platform

Click here to log in to the UpGuard platform.

Step 2: Navigate to Domains & IPs

Now that you're logged in, click the "Domains & IPs" button in the sidebar under the "BREACHSIGHT" heading, or click here to go straight there

Your screen should look similar to this.

Step 3: Click on the domain you wish to rescan

Click on the row of the domain you wish to rescan and a menu should slide out from the right. 

Your screen should look something like this.

Step 4: Rescan the domain

Click the "RESCAN" button in the top right hand corner of the screen to request a rescan of the selected domain. 

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