UpdateVulnerabilityWithLibrary

This method can be used for the following: Update a vulnerability on a project you have access to, by vulnerability identifier (Id) and vulnerability library identifier (Id).

Parameters

The following URL, Headers and Parameters are required for requests to this API endpoint. Where a parameter is optional, it will be indicated. Otherwise treat all parameters as mandatory.

Headers

PUT /api/ss/vulnerability-with-library/:vulnerabilityId HTTP/1.1
Host: demo.attackforge.com
X-SSAPI-KEY: APIKey
Content-Type: application/json
Connection: close

Query

vulnerabilityId (string)

Identifier for the vulnerability.

Example:

PUT /api/ss/vulnerability-with-library/5f976f775345860a3491e075 HTTP/1.1

vulnerabilityLibraryId (string)

Identifier for the issue in the Vulnerability Library. Must be 15-digit number e.g. 203858903055049.

Example:

{
   "vulnerabilityLibraryId": "..."
}

library (string) (optional)

Search this library when matching vulnerabilityLibraryId. Must be either "Imported Vulnerabilities", "Main Vulnerabilities", "Project Vulnerabilities" or key for a custom library (if custom libraries are used). Default is Main Vulnerabilities Library.

Example:

{   
    "library": "Imported Vulnerabilities"
}

asset_library_ids (array of strings) (optional)

Asset libraries to map affected asset(s) against.

Example:

{
   "asset_library_ids": ["6569608e55bc00bacc67b417", "...", "..."]
}

affected_asset (object) (optional)

Id or Name of the affected asset.

Example:

{
   "affected_asset": {
      "assetId": "...",
      "assetName": "..."
   }
}

affected_assets (array of objects) (optional)

Assign multiple assets to vulnerability.

Example:

[
   {
      "assetId": "...",
      "assetName": "...",
      "notes": [
         "..."
      ],
      "tags": [
         "..."
      ],
      "actioned": false,
      "components": [
         {
            "name": "...",
            "notes": [
               "..."
            ],
            "tags": [
               "..."
            ]
         }
      ]
   }
]

created (string) (optional)

Overwrite the created timestamp for the vulnerability. Must be UTC string e.g. 2021-06-03T23:15:33.008Z.

Example:

{
   "created": "2021-06-03T23:15:33.008Z"
}

priority (string) (optional)

Priority for the vulnerability. Must be one of the following: Critical, High, Medium, Low, Info

Example:

{
   "priority": "Critical"
}

status (string) (optional)

Status for the vulnerability. Must be one of the following: Open, Closed, Retest

Example:

{
   "status": "Closed"
}

likelihood_of_exploitation (number) (optional)

Likelihood of Exploitation for the vulnerability. Must be a number between 1 to 10.

Example:

{
   "likelihood_of_exploitation": 10
}

steps_to_reproduce (string) (optional)

Steps to Reproduce the vulnerability (POC).

Example:

{
   "steps_to_reproduce": "..."
}

tags (array of strings) (optional)

Tags for the vulnerability.

Example:

{
   "tags": ["...", "...", "..."]
}

notes (array of strings) (optional)

Notes for the vulnerability.

Example:

{
   "notes": ["...", "...", "..."]
}

is_zeroday (boolean) (optional)

Whether vulnerability is a zeroday (0-day) or not.

Example:

{
   "is_zeroday": true
}

is_visible (boolean) (optional)

Whether vulnerability is visible to the project team (true) or only team members with Edit access (false).

Example:

{
   "is_visible": true
}

is_deleted (boolean) (optional)

Whether vulnerability is deleted or not.

Example:

{
   "is_deleted": false
}

custom_tags (array of objects) (optional)

Custom tags. Must include a name and value. Name must be unique and letters, numbers and underscores only.

Example:

{   
    "custom_tags": [{"name": "...", "value": "..."}]
}

custom_fields (array of objects) (optional)

Custom fields. Must include a key and value. Key must be unique and letters, numbers and underscores only.

For more information visit https://support.attackforge.com/attackforge-enterprise/getting-started/custom-fields-and-forms#using-custom-fields-with-apis

Example:

{   
    "custom_fields": [{"key": "...", "value": "..."}]
}

Example

The following example is a cURL request to update a vulnerability by its identifier (Id) and an issue from the Vulnerability Library by its identifier (Id).

Request

Include API Token instead of stars in 'X-SSAPI-KEY: ***************************************' parameter.

curl -X PUT 'https://localhost:3000/api/ss/vulnerability-with-library/5f976f775345860a3491e075' -H 'Host: localhost:3000' -H 'X-SSAPI-KEY: ***************************************' -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -H 'Connection: close' -d '{
    "vulnerabilityLibraryId": "212193650644186",
    "library": "Imported Vulnerabilities",
    "priority": "Critical",
    "status": "Open",
    "likelihood_of_exploitation": 10,
    "steps_to_reproduce": "Lorem Ipsum...",
    "tags": ["CWE-89", "Injection"],
    "notes": ["Lorem Ipsum...", "Lorem Ipsum..."],
    "is_zeroday": false,
    "is_visible": true,
    "is_deleted": false,
    "custom_tags": [{"name": "ext_vuln_score", "value": "123"}],
    "custom_fields": [{"key": "af_sys_affected_endpoint", "value": "https://batportal.attackforge.com"}]
}'

Response

Response contains a result object.

{
   "result": {
      "result": "Vulnerability Updated"
   }
}

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