January 27, 2020 Release
No API or Automation Center changes since last release.
January 16, 2020 Release
- Enhanced GCP Connector API documentation for the request parameter and searchable fields
- In the
expandparameter of /api/computers, the
allSecurityModulesoption now includes Application Control
- Updated /api/sessions to improve error handling when the body of the request is empty
- Updated the Scheduled Tasks API so that if a task is disabled, the returned
December 19, 2019
Added a new recipe to the Cookbook: Assign a Policy to Many Computers.
December 12, 2019 Release
/api/apikeys/currentendpoint. POST to this endpoint to change the properties of the API key that is used to authenticate the request.
/api/apikeys/current/secretkeyendpoint. POST to this endpoint to change the secret API key of the API key that is used to authenticate the request.
- The API now ensures that
recommendationModecan only be set to
- Updated /api calls to ensure system setting changes are tracked in system events
- Adjusted the error message for creating a registry scanner API when using an HTTP URL to specify whether the URL is invalid
- Improved API Reference documentation for computer objects.
- Updated error messages for duplicate names when creating an administrator or API key
- An error with
securityProfileRecommendationRuleIDsRetrieveoccurred when the SOAP API was used to override a recommended rule for a policy using the following steps:
- Override the “Alert” option.
- Do not override “Events – Inherited”.
This issue is fixed in this release.
New in the Deep Security 12 Feature Release API
The following changes have been made since the release of the Deep Security 12.0 API. Also see What’s New in the Deep Security Help Center for information about general product changes.
Google Cloud Platform integration
Google Cloud Platform (GCP) has been integrated with Deep Security. You can now view new GCP instances that come online or are removed, and which instances have protection. If you are using multiple clouds on-premise and in your data center, Deep Security can provide visibility for all of your environments.
- The response time has been greatly reduced when calling
- The response to
/api/administratorsoperations now includes the
- You can now search on the
hostGUIDfield when searching computers
AzureVirtualMachineSummaryproperty of the Computers API now includes the Azure Subscription ID. See the sample for a 200 response for the Describe a Computer operation in the API Reference.
- Improved the error message when locked-out API keys are used
- Added an error message to
/api/computersfor attempts to delete a cloud-connected computer
- Improved the error message that is returned when you use an invalid computer group ID as an argument for the operations of
New and updated content
- In the API Reference, the descriptions for /api operations that are performed on single settings have been updated
- Added the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Connector guide
- Added the API Cookbook to the Guides section. Cookbooks step you through a basic task using either Bash (cURL) or PowerShell.
- The Search for Resources guide provides a new example that searches for null values
- Added the SDK Version Compatibility guide that explains which versions of the SDK and Deep Security are compatible.
- Added information about how to determine when the last recommendation scan ran on a computer. See “Find when recommendation scans last ran” in the Assign Rules with Recommendation Scans guide
- Added information to guides about how to easily set a single setting:
- Fixed an issue where
/apiaccepted requests to enable SAP on computers that do not support SAP
- Fixed an issue with the API key wizard where the wizard immediately saved the API key when the user specified the role ID
- Fixed an issue where
GET /api/tenants(i.e. list all tenants) would not return a response if a tenant was in a state of suspension due to a database lock
- Fixed an issue with the
/api/systemsettings/endpoint that caused a 4xx error response
- Fixed an issue with
platformSettingAgentInitiatedActivationEnabledsetting where setting values sometimes didn’t match the value that was displayed in the Deep Security Manager GUI
- The SOAP API can no longer be used to delete Deep Security Rule Updates that are currently applied
- Fixed an issue in the
antiMalwareEventRetrieveendpoint of the legacy SOAP API