The Rumble Network Discovery Blog

Announcing Rumble Network Discovery v1.0.0
Published on October 1, 2019
We are thrilled to announce the general availability of Rumble Network Discovery! This release is the result of six months of beta testing by nearly 3,000 users tracking almost 3,000,000 assets. We feel like the product is finally taking shape and are more excited than ever to tackle the problem of unauthenticated network discovery and asset inventory. A HUGE thanks to our beta community for their relentless (and awesome) feedback about every part of the product, from specific network probes to the look and feel of the inventory.
Rumble Network Discovery: Wrapping up Beta
Published on September 9, 2019
The Rumble Beta program is winding down after an incredible six months. Rumble now tracks over 1.8 million assets, runs approximately 1,500 scans a day, and has been accessed by almost 2,000 users. We are ridiculously grateful to the folks who tried the Rumble discovery platform, shared their feedback, and helped us build a unique take on network discovery and asset inventory. As we get closer to launch, we want to share the timeline and pricing details for folks who are interested in making Rumble part of their operations.
Rumble Network Discovery Beta 6
Published on September 3, 2019
The Final Beta Beta 6 of Rumble Network Discovery is live with a new Service Inventory, per-organization roles for team members, Site import and export, and much more! This will be our last beta release as we focus on the official launch. If you haven’t tried the platform yet, it is now better than ever thanks to the amazing feedback from our Beta community. Beta 6 is free to use until early October and all Beta participants will receive a discount code good for 50% off the first year of service.
Scanning for HTTP/2 with Rumble
Published on August 15, 2019
This Tuesday, Jonathan Looney, a researcher at Netflix, disclosed seven different ways to break common HTTP/2 protocol implementations, while an eighth issue was disclosed by Piotr Sikora of Google. These issues could be used to exhaust the resources of affected HTTP/2 implementations. Shortly after the HTTP/2 issues were disclosed, a Rumble user reached out asking if we could help identify HTTP/2 endpoints on their network. We are happy to announce that as of version 0.
Hunting for Network Bridges with Rumble
Published on August 5, 2019
Thanks to the wonderful user feedback from Beta 5, a handful of bug fixes and improvements have been deployed along with a new feature: Network Bridge Detection! The bridge report shows external networks in red, internal networks in green, and multihomed assets that bridge these networks in orange. Zooming in will show asset and subnet details, while clicking a node will take you to the asset page for bridge nodes and to a CIDR-based inventory search for network nodes.