Copyright (c) 2018 ThreatConnect, Inc.
This repository gives ThreatConnect customers the ability to create and share Playbooks, Playbook Components, and Playbook Apps for use with their instance of ThreatConnect. Our hope for this repo is that it will:
- Help promote usage of ThreatConnect via a community of developers,
- Help customers identify new use cases, and
- Give new customers the opportunity to learn from existing customers.
This Repository is public. However, contributions will be accepted only from identified ThreatConnect customers. The ThreatConnect Support Team will validate each contribution request before they are published within the Repository, as well as enforce certain formatting requirements.
Please Note: the Support Team will not validate code for functionality or security.
For more information on contributing to this repository, see our Contributions Guide.
Documentation for the ThreatConnectⓇ App Framework is available here: https://docs.threatconnect.com/en/latest/tcex/tcex.html. The framework provides commonly used Classes and Methods for writing ThreatConnect Apps. The Framework is intended to speed up the development process and ensure Apps contains the core functionality required.
Documentation specific to Playbooks can be found here: https://docs.threatconnect.com/en/latest/tcex/playbook.html.
Best practices for creating effective and maintainable Playbooks can be found here: https://pb-constructs.hightower.space/playbooks/.
To create a job or playbook app using tcex, you can use the
tcinit command provided in the tcex package (documentation on this function is coming soon).
We currently provide our customers with four repositories to share your projects with the rest of the ThreatConnect Community.
- Playbooks & Playbook Apps - For automation and orchestration using our Playbooks capability.
- Job Apps - For background apps.
- Spaces Apps - For apps that run in the TheratConnect UI.
- Tools & Utilities - For miscellaneous tools that help other ThreatConnect developers.
If you have any questions, bugs, or requests please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Access to this Repository is governed by the Apache 2.0 License.
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