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F-Secure for Home Security description (F-Secure) Use case: track assets coming from a custom source (for example Active Directory) (F-Secure). Use case: search discovered hosts (F-Secure) Use case: export web scan findings (F-Secure) Use case: export system scan findings (F-Secure) Use case: export system scan findings in XML format (F-Secure) Use case: check for vulnerabilities […]

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Security description (F-Secure) 0 (0)

F-Secure Elements Vulnerability Management is a vulnerability scanning and management service operated by F-Secure Corporation. F-Secure Elements Vulnerability Management is available either as a cloud-based service (SaaS) solution or as an on-site solution. Elements Vulnerability Management consists of the following components: Radar scan nodes The Elements Security Center The scan nodes perform the actual scanning. […]

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Use case: search discovered hosts (F-Secure) 0 (0)

This example describes how to search for discovered hosts where given TCP/UDP ports are open, and see if they have already been scanned for vulnerabilities. Get a list of discovery scans within the current organization: curl -X POST https://api.radar.f-secure.com/api/integration/discoveryscans\ /withstartindex/0/andpagesize/1000 -H ‘Content-Type: application/json’ -H ‘ApiAccessKey: {ApiAccessKey}’ -H ‘ApiSecretKey: {ApiSecretKey}’ -d ” Extract the unique Id identifier from […]

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Use case: export web scan findings (F-Secure) 0 (0)

This example describes how to export all web scan findings from the latest scans. Get a list of scan groups within the current organization: curl -X GET https://api.radar.f-secure.com/api/integration/scangroups/simple -H ‘Content-Type: application/json’ -H ‘ApiAccessKey: {ApiAccessKey}’ -H ‘ApiSecretKey: {ApiSecretKey}’ Extract the unique Id identifier from each of the returned scan groups. Get a list of web scans assigned to […]

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Use case: export system scan findings (F-Secure) 0 (0)

This example describes how to export all system scan findings from the latest scans. Get a list of scan groups within the current organization: curl -X GET https://api.radar.f-secure.com/api/integration/scangroups/simple -H ‘Content-Type: application/json’ -H ‘ApiAccessKey: {ApiAccessKey}’ -H ‘ApiSecretKey: {ApiSecretKey}’ Extract the unique Id identifier from each of the returned scan groups. Get a list of system scans assigned to […]

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Use case: export system scan findings in XML format (F-Secure) 0 (0)

This example describes how to export system scan reports from the latest scans as files in XML format. Get a list of scan groups within the current organization: curl -X GET https://api.radar.f-secure.com/api/integration/scangroups/simple -H ‘Content-Type: application/json’ -H ‘ApiAccessKey: {ApiAccessKey}’ -H ‘ApiSecretKey: {ApiSecretKey}’ Extract the unique Id identifier from each of the returned scan groups. Get a list of […]

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Use case: check for vulnerabilities (F-Secure) 0 (0)

This example describes how to check if there are any vulnerabilities in the current organization. Run the following request: curl -X GET https://api.radar.f-secure.com/api/integration/vulnerabilities/any -H ‘Content-Type: application/json’ -H ‘ApiAccessKey: {ApiAccessKey}’ -H ‘ApiSecretKey: {ApiSecretKey}’ A HTTP boolean response with status code 200 indicates if there are any vulnerabilities found within the current organization. Source : Official F-Secure Brand Editor […]

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Use case: retrieve product information (F-Secure) 0 (0)

This example describes how to fetch general information about F-Secure Elements Vulnerability Management. This is a simple request to F-Secure Elements Vulnerability Management API that does not require authentication. Run the following request: curl -X GET https://api.radar.f-secure.com/api/integration/productinfo -H ‘Content-Type: application/json’ A HTTP response with status code 200 contains general information about F-Secure Elements Vulnerability Management. Source : […]

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Authentication (F-Secure) 0 (0)

F-Secure Elements Vulnerability Management API uses API keys for authentication. An API key consists of an access key (for example, PA3IAKNANLM9) and a secret key (for example, UO9mkDEHFGa1Vau6o#[email protected]!qV). Note that the sample requests in this documentation show access and secret keys enclosed in brackets, which must be omitted when you submit requests. To create an API key: […]

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