Our insightVM is configured with multiple remediation projects (asset groups) covering assets managed by various departments.
A manual run through the various asset groups remediation lists, elicits 1594 separate entries, across 300 servers. Creating that spreadsheet is a long and dreary process.
I’m using the following SQL, lifted from this forum and modified (probably incorrectly) - the xxxxxxx contains our domain address, so redacted here, I only want the server name not the full domain.
The aim being to get a non repeating list of rolled up vulnerabilities, with one data row per “fix”, per server - 2 identical entries should appear as 1 entry (distinct should achieve that)
As you can tell, I only need the following fields “Asset Group”,“Server”, “OS”, “Severity_level”,“Vulnerability_Solution”, which makes me feel like I have too many joins here.
I initially thought to try fact_asset_vulnerability_finding_remediation from the diagram, but this is reporting “not found” when validating the SQL.
dag.name as “Asset Group”,
replace(da.host_name,’.xxxxxx’,’’) AS “Server”,
dos.system AS “OS”,
dv.severity AS “Severity_level”,
ds.summary AS “Vulnerability_Solution”
FROM fact_asset fa
inner JOIN dim_asset da ON fa.asset_id = da.asset_id
inner join dim_asset_group_asset daga ON da.asset_id = daga.asset_id
inner join dim_asset_group dag on daga.asset_group_id = dag.asset_group_id
inner JOIN dim_operating_system AS dos ON da.operating_system_id = dos.operating_system_id
inner JOIN fact_asset_vulnerability_instance favi ON da.asset_id = favi.asset_id
inner JOIN dim_vulnerability dv ON favi.vulnerability_id = dv.vulnerability_id
inner JOIN fact_asset_vulnerability_age fava ON dv.vulnerability_id = fava.vulnerability_id
inner JOIN dim_vulnerability_exploit dve ON dve.vulnerability_id = dv.vulnerability_id
left JOIN dim_asset_vulnerability_best_solution davbs ON da.asset_id = davbs.asset_id AND dv.vulnerability_id = davbs.vulnerability_id
inner JOIN dim_solution ds ON davbs.solution_id = ds.solution_id
GROUP BY “Asset Group”,“Server”, “OS”, “Severity_level”,“Vulnerability_Solution”
This SQL produces 80 results, which is way lower than expected, even allowing for issues being remediated.
Any help appreciated, I’ve been batting at this for days and getting nowhere - one attempt took over 8 hours to run, which isn’t great SQL on my part, and returned 339000 rows of “stuff”.