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Infrastructure Audits

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Overview

Infrastructure Audits provide a quick overview of the usage of cloud resources within your RightScale account. The audits focus on security aspects and cover all EC2 regions available to your RightScale account. Create audit reports that summarize your account usage of Security Groups or SSH Keys. You may keep up to 10 historical audits. Beyond that, the oldest audit will be rotated out (deleted). You may lock audits to prevent them from being deleted in the rotation, which will allow you to keep an old report as a baseline for performing differentials.

Note: Under the source tab, which can either represent a range of public IP addresses or Security Groups, an IP address may have "!!" after it. This denotes that the entire world can view that IP.

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