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Feature Request

L0 Member

For Twistlock, is there a way to track when a vulnerability is first found on a host? if not, I think this would be a very helpful feature for vulnerability management. 


L3 Networker



Thank you for reaching to Palo Alto Networks Support. My name is Umer, and I am part of Prisma Cloud Compute Support team. I will be assisting you with your question.


I download a csv file for deployed images from the UI by going under Monitor > Vulnerability > Images > Deployed. Then I filtered using scan by defender. In the CSV file, there is a discovered column which should show when was the CVE discovered.


Can you please verify if that is the information you are looking?


Let me know if you have any questions. 




Umer Sheikh | Technical Support Engineer - Prisma Cloud Compute | PCCSE, AWS - Associate Architect

Not exactly. I am looking for a record of when a vulnerability is first found on a specific host, like an ec2 instance, that has been scanned via agent or agentless scanning. The use case would be for vulnerability management and ensuring that we are meeting SLA deadlines for patching. 

L3 Networker



In that case, please feel free to open a feature request using the following URL:



Please make sure to describe your use case, as it helps product team to better understand the requirements. 



Umer Sheikh | Technical Support Engineer - Prisma Cloud Compute | PCCSE, AWS - Associate Architect
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