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Python Security Center Module

This module is designed to attempt to make interfacing with Security Center's API easier to use and more manageable. A lot of effort has been put into making queries into the API as painless and manageable as possible.

Source Code Repository

Changelog

v2.1

  • Added support for SecurityCenter 5. This is called via the base API and is the SecurityCenter5 class.

v2.0a5

  • Reworked the setup.py file to handle converting the readme to restructured text for use with pypi. further if the readme file doesn't exist, just throw a warning and move on.

v2.0a2

  • Pulled in the 75~ commits from David with the ORM code.
  • Reworked the code to use the orm/base standpoint instead of v1/v2

v2.0a1

  • Initial rev with David's merged ORM code.
  • All ORM code is to be considered Alpha for now.
  • Added stubs in the API base for SecurityCenter 5 when released.

v1.1

  • Changed the module structure to support the ORM model from David
  • Fixed the Asset update to support SC4.8's switch to tagging and groups

v1.0

  • Changed Rev to 1.x as the code has been sufficiently stable.
  • Added proper error handling for login [davidism]
  • Handling of Datetime objects now works as expected [davidism]

v0.3.9

  • Removed un-needed poster requirement [davidism]
  • Improved scan_list time handling [davidism]
  • Added support for Two-way SSL Certificates [davidism]

v0.3.8

  • Added proper support for individual scan results in the query function. [davidism]
  • Added this README to the package (for pypi)

v0.3.7

  • Added pagination support to plugins function. [davidism]

v0.3.6

  • Added Python 2.4 Support

v0.3.5

  • Added "patched" source to conform to SC 4.6

v0.3.4

  • Added debug logging support.

v0.3.3.1

  • Updated to support Python 2.6, 2.7, and 3.x
  • Completed documentation of module.

v0.3.2

  • Added Dashboard and Report Importing

v0.3.1

  • Added Scan Download Capability
  • Fixed roles return
  • Adjusted login process
  • Added Credential functions
  • Code Cleanup
  • Fleshed out all functions to match SC 4.2 API docs.

How to Install

To install pySecurityCenter, you can use either pip or easy_install to install from the cheeseshop:

pip install pysecuritycenter

easy_install pysecuritycenter

If you would rather install manually, feel free to download the latest version directly from the cheeseshop:

Usage

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