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Understand how the trial works
Understand how the trial works

Learn everything you can do with your trial

Ana Pascoal avatar
Written by Ana Pascoal
Updated over a week ago

During your Probely trial, you can:

  • Add two targets with unlimited scans

  • Try all features for free

Targets and Scans

To help you get started when your trial starts, you can add up to 2 targets where you can perform unlimited scans.

Read the following articles to learn more about:

Target/Scan Settings

Once you’ve added your targets, you should configure them properly, to take advantage of Probely’s features. To help you do this and explore these features, read the following articles:

Scan Results, Findings, and Vulnerabilities

After adding your targets and configuring them, you should start scanning them immediately! Once you do, you can address your targets’ vulnerabilities and fix them quickly, improving your security posture. Here are some helpful tips to aid you with that:

Roles, Scopes, Users, and Teams

The access to the main features of Probely is ruled by permissions, which are grouped together to create roles. To help you get started, there are a few built-in roles already available on your account as soon as you sign up. Besides these, you can also create custom roles. Afterwards, these roles can be mapped to users.

With Probely, you can also create Teams that mimic your organization’s structure. Teams act as independent units/groups and help you separate and assign targets for each team, limit the number of targets, and set scopes and user roles.

To give you even more flexibility, users can have different roles for different scopes: for instance, they can have one global role (account level), a different role on a team level, and a third role for a specific target.

Read more about these important features in these articles:


To get the most out of Probely, you can integrate it with other popular 3rd-party tools. Read the following articles to learn how to:

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