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Roles & Permissions

User roles and permissions define which actions are allowed.

The access to the main features of Probely is ruled by permissions. For instance, in order to add a target, the user needs to have the permission Create Target.

You can group permissions using roles. For instance, the built-in role Developer can view targets, change target settings, change findings, and start scans, but cannot add targets.

You can then map roles to users by creating user roles at different levels:

  • Account: To apply a role to all targets of the account, i.e., the role is set at an account level or global scope.

  • Target: If you want to grant a user access to a single target.

  • Team: If you want to grant a user access to a group of targets associated with a team.

You can also combine the different levels of roles. You can have a user that has, for instance, the role Developer at an account level and a role Admin on a specific target.

Depending on your subscribed plan, you will have access to different roles:

  • Lite: Admin and Owner roles only.

  • Pro: Built-in roles (Admin, Auditor, Billing, Developer, Owner, SecOps).

  • Enterprise: Built-in roles, and custom roles with different permission combinations.

Owner is special role that can be assigned to a single user with additional anti account lockout measures.