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Interface Package for the McAfee SECURE API

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python-api

McAfee SECURE API - Python Module

This Python module interfaces with the McAfee SECURE API to issue API requests.

Your API Key may be found at https://www.mcafeesecure.com/user/account/api or by contacting support@mcafeesecure.com.

This module requires one non-standard package: requests - a Python HTTP library

Example Uses:

import mcafeesecure_api as ms
ms.scan_targets()
ms.scan_target(args.target_id)
ms.scan_result(args.target_id, args.scan_id)
ms.scan_vuln(args.vuln_id)

General API Notes:

Full Documentation may be found at https://www.mcafeesecure.com/user/support/api/

    The McAfee Secure API enables customers and partners to integrate certain components
    of the McAfee Secure service into their application.

    All requests should be made to a URL similar to the following:

        https://api.mcafeesecure.com/api/v1/[METHOD].json


    To authenticate include an "x-apikey" header in your request. API keys are provisioned
    and configured by our support team. You can view your API keys here.

        curl --header "x-apikey: APIKEY" https://api.mcafeesecure.com/api/v1/[METHOD].json

    By default API calls are executed in the company that owns the API key. If the company is
    a reseller or otherwise has companies that it manages, those companies can be modified by
    including a "companyId" parameter in any request.

Changes:

* 0.0.1 - [1/14/19]
    - Support added for: scan_targets, scan_target, scan_result, scan_vuln
* 0.0.2 - [1/17/19]
    - Support added for: account_create, account_create_lite, site_add, site_update,
        site_get, site_delete, site_lookup, subscription_list, subscription_add,
        user_add, company_get, sso
* 0.0.3 - [1/18/19]
    - Test candidate for PyPI-Test package submission
* 0.0.4 - [1/18/19]
    - Bug fix to __init__.py
* 0.0.5 - [1/28/19]
    - Working fix for __init__ importing, Pushed to PyPI

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