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Python helper library for working with the Veracode APIs. Handles retries, pagination, and other features of the modern Veracode REST APIs.

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Veracode API Python

Python helper library for working with the Veracode APIs. Handles retries, pagination, and other features of the modern Veracode REST APIs.

Not an official Veracode product. Heavily based on original work by CTCampbell.

Setup

Install from pypi:

pypi veracode_api_py

(Optional) Save Veracode API credentials in ~/.veracode/credentials

[default]
veracode_api_key_id = <YOUR_API_KEY_ID>
veracode_api_key_secret = <YOUR_API_KEY_SECRET>

Use in your applications

Import VeracodeAPI into your code and call the methods. Most methods return JSON or XML depending on the underlying API.

VeracodeAPI

The following methods call Veracode XML APIs and return XML output.

  • get_app_list() : get a list of Veracode applications (XML format)
  • get_app_info(app_id) : get application info for the app_id (integer) passed.
  • get_sandbox_list(app_id) : get list of sandboxes for the app_id (integer) passed.
  • get_build_list(app_id, sandbox_id(opt)): get list of builds for the app_id (integer) passed. If sandbox_id (integer) passed, returns a list of builds in the sandbox.
  • get_build_info(app_id, build_id, sandbox_id(opt)): get build info for the build_id (integer) and app_id (integer) passed. If sandbox_id (integer) passed, returns information for the build_id in the sandbox.
  • get_detailed_report(build_id): get detailed report XML for the build_id (integer) passed.
  • set_mitigation_info(build_id,flaw_id_list,action,comment): create a mitigation of type action with comment comment for the flaws in flaw_id_list (comma separated list of integers) of build build_id (integer). Supported values for action: 'Mitigate by Design', 'Mitigate by Network Environment', 'Mitigate by OS Environment', 'Approve Mitigation', 'Reject Mitigation', 'Potential False Positive', 'Reported to Library Maintainer'. Any other value passed to action is interpreted as a comment.
  • generate_archer(payload): generate an Archer report based on the comma separated list of parameters provided. Possible parameters include period (yesterday, last_week, last_month; all time if omitted), from_date (mm-dd-yyyy format), to_date (mm-dd-yyyy format), scan_type (one of static, dynamic, manual). Returns a payload that contains a token to download an Archer report.
  • download_archer(token(opt)): get Archer report corresponding to the token passed. If no token passed, retrieves the latest Archer report generated.

The following methods call Veracode REST APIs and return JSON.

Healthcheck

  • healthcheck(): returns an empty response with HTTP 200 if authentication succeeds.
  • status(): returns detailed status of Veracode services, mirroring status.veracode.com.

Applications

Note: You can also access these methods from the Applications object.

  • get_apps() : get a list of Veracode applications (JSON format).
  • get_app(guid(opt),legacy_id(opt)): get information for a single Veracode application using either the guid or the legacy_id (integer).
  • get_app_by_name(name): get list of applications whose names contain the search string name.
  • create_app(app_name, business_criticality, business_unit(opt), teams(opt)): create an application profile.
    • business_criticality: one of "VERY HIGH", "HIGH", "MEDIUM", "LOW", "VERY LOW"
    • business_unit: the GUID of the business unit to which the application should be assigned
    • teams: a list of the GUIDs of the teams to which the application should be assigned
  • update_app(guid, app_name, business_criticality, business_unit(opt), teams(opt)): update an application profile. Note that partial updates are NOT supported, so you need to provide all values including those that aren't changing.
  • delete_app(guid): delete the application identified by guid. This is not a reversible action.
  • get_custom_fields(): get a list of app profile custom fields available for your organization.

Sandboxes

Note: You can also access these methods from the Sandboxes object.

  • get_app_sandboxes(guid): get the sandboxes associated with the application identified by guid.
  • create_sandbox(app,name,auto_recreate(opt),custom_fields(opt)): create a sandbox in the application identified by app. Custom fields must be specified as a list of dictionaries of name/value pairs, e.g. [{'name': 'Custom 1','value': 'foo'}].
  • update_sandbox(app,sandbox,name,auto_recreate(opt),custom_fields(opt)): update the sandbox (guid) in app (guid) with the provided values. Note that partial updates are NOT supported, so you need to provide all values including those you don't wish to change.
  • delete_sandbox(app,sandbox): delete sandbox (guid) in app (guid).

Policy

Note: You can also access these methods from the Policies object.

  • get_policies: Get a list of available policies.
  • get_policy(guid): get information for the policy corresponding to guid.
  • create_policy(name,description,vendor_policy(opt),finding_rules(opt),scan_frequency_rules(opt),grace_period_rules(opt)): create a policy
  • edit_policy(guid,name,description,vendor_policy(opt),finding_rules(opt),scan_frequency_rules(opt),grace_period_rules(opt)): edit a policy
  • delete_policy(guid): dekete a policy

Findings

Note: You can also access these methods from the Findings object.

  • get_findings(app,scantype(opt),annot(opt),request_params(opt),sandbox(opt)): get the findings for app (guid).
    • scantype: Defaults to STATIC findings, but can be STATIC, DYNAMIC, MANUAL, SCA, or ALL (static, dynamic, manual).
    • annot: Defaults to TRUE but can be FALSE
    • sandbox: The guid of the sandbox in app for which you want findings. (Use the Sandboxes APIs to get the sandbox guid.)
    • request_params: Dictionary of additional query parameters. See the full Findings API specification for some of the other options available.
  • get_static_flaw_info(app,issueid,sandbox(opt)): get the static flaw information, including data paths, for the finding identified by issueid in app (guid) or its sandbox (guid).
  • get_dynamic_flaw_info(app,issueid): get the dynamic flaw information, including request/response data, for the finding identified by issueid in app (guid).
  • add_annotation(app,issue_list,comment,action,sandbox(opt)): add an annotation (comment, mitigation proposal/acceptance/rejection) to the findings in issue_list for app (guid) (or optionally sandbox (guid)). Note that you must have the Mitigation Approver role (regular user) to use the ACCEPTED or REJECTED action, or the Mitigation and Comments API role for an API service account to use this call.
    • issue_list: must be passed as a Python list of issue_ids
    • action: must be one of COMMENT, POTENTIAL_FALSE_POSITIVE, APP_BY_DESIGN, OS_ENV, NET_ENV, LIBRARY, ACCEPT_RISK, ACCEPTED, REJECTED
  • match_findings(origin_finding,potential_matches,approved_findings_only(opt),allow_fuzzy_match(opt)): return a matching finding from potential_matches for the origin_finding, based on the finding type.
    • approved_findings_only: limits matches to findings with approved mitigations.
    • allow_fuzzy_match: look for matches within a range of source lines around the origin finding. This allows for code movement but can result in flaws being mismatched; use sparingly.

Note: You can also access this method from the SummaryReport object.

  • get_summary_report(app,sandbox(opt)): get the summary report for app (guid) or its sandbox (guid).

Collections

Note: The Collections feature is available only to Veracode customers in the Collections Early Adopter program. As the Collections feature is not generally available yet, the functionality of the feature will change over time. This script is provided for illustration purposes only.

Note: You can also access this method from the Collections object.

  • get_collections(): get all collections for the organization.
  • get_collections_by_name(collection_name): get all collections with a name that partially matches collection_name.
  • get_collections_by_business_unit(business_unit_name): get all collections associated with business_unit_name (exact match).
  • get_collections_statistics(): get summary counts of collections by policy status.
  • get_collection(guid): get detailed information for the collection identified by guid.
  • get_collection_assets(guid): get a list of assets and detailed policy information for the collection identified by guid.
  • create_collection(name, description(opt), tags(opt), business_unit_guid(opt),custom_fields(opt list),assets(opt list of application guids)): create a collection with the provided settings.
  • update_collection(guid, name, description(opt), tags(opt), business_unit_guid(opt),custom_fields(opt list),assets(opt list of application guids)): update the collection identified by guid with the provided settings.
  • delete_collection(guid): delete the collection identified by guid.

Users

Note: You can also access this method from the Users object.

  • get_users(): get a list of users for the organization.
  • get_user_self(): get user information for the current user.
  • get_user(user_guid): get information for an individual user based on user_guid.
  • get_user_by_name(username): look up info for an individual user based on their user_name.
  • create_user(email,firstname,lastname,type(opt),username(opt),roles(opt)): create a user based on the provided information.
    • type: "HUMAN" or "API". Defaults to "HUMAN". If "API" specified, must also provide username.
    • roles: list of role names (specified in the Veracode Help Center, for both human and API service account users). Provide the role names from get_roles().
  • update_user_roles(user_guid, roles): update the user identified by user_guid with the list of roles passed in roles. Because the Identity API does not support adding a single role, the list should be the entire list of existing roles for the user plus whatever new roles. See veracode-user-bulk-role-assign for an example.
  • update_user(user_guid,changes): update a user based upon the provided information.
    • user_guid: the unique identifier of the user to be updated.
    • changes: the attributes of the user to be changed. Must be JSON whose format follows the Identity API specification of a valid user object.
  • update_user_email_address(user_guid,email_address,ignore_verification(opt)): updates the email address of the specified user.
    • ignore_verification: Boolean. Defaults to False. If True, immediately updates email address without requiring the user to verify the change via email. If the user has not yet activated the account, this must be set to True.
  • send_password_reset(user_legacy_id): sends a password reset email to the specified user. If the user has yet to activate their account, sends a new activation email instead.
    • NOTE: this function uses the user_legacy_id value (as opposed to the user_guid value), which can be obtained via a call to get_user().
  • disable_user(user_guid): set the Active flag the user identified by user_guid to False.
  • delete_user(user_guid): delete the user identified by user_guid. This is not a reversible action.
  • get_roles(): get a list of available roles to assign to users.

Teams

Note: You can also access this method from the Teams object.

  • get_teams(all_for_org): get the list of teams for the user, or (if all_for_org is True) all teams in the organization.
  • create_team(team_name,business_unit,members): create a team named team_name. Optionally pass the business unit guid and/or a list of user names to add to the team.
  • update_team(team_guid,team_name(opt),business_unit(opt),members(opt)): update the team identified by team_guid with the provided information.
  • delete_team(team_guid): delete the team identified by team_guid.

Business Units

Note: You can also access this method from the BusinessUnits object.

  • get_business_units(): get the list of business units in the organization.
  • get_business_unit(guid): get the business unit identified by guid.
  • create_business_unit(name,teams): create a business unit. teams is a list of team_id GUIDs.
  • update_business_unit(guid,name,teams): update the business unit identified by guid.
  • delete_business_unit(guid): delete the business unit identified by guid.

API Credentials

Note: You can also access this method from the APICredentials object.

  • get_creds(): get credentials information (API ID and expiration date) for the current user.
  • get_creds(api_id): get credentials information (API ID and expiration date) for the user identified by api_id.
  • renew_creds(): renew credentials for the current user. NOTE: you must note the return from this call as the API key cannot be viewed again.
  • revoke_creds(api_id): revoke immediately the API credentials identified by api_id.

SCA Agent

''Note'': You can also access these methods from the Workspaces object.

  • get_workspaces(): get a list of SCA Agent workspaces for the organization.
  • get_workspace_by_name(name): get a list of SCA Agent workspaces whose name partially matches name.
  • create_workspace(name): create an SCA Agent workspace named name. Returns the GUID for the workspace.
  • add_workspace_team(workspace_guid,team_id): add the team identified by team_id (int) to the workspace identified by workspace_guid.
  • delete_workspace(workspace_guid): delete the workspace identified by workspace_guid.
  • get_projects(workspace_guid): get a list of projects for the workspace identified by workspace_guid.
  • get_agents(workspace_guid): get a list of agents for the workspace identified by workspace_guid.
  • get_agent(workspace_guid,agent_guid): get the agent identified by agent_guid in the workspace identified by workspace_guid.
  • create_agent(workspace_guid,name,agent_type(opt)): create an agent in the workspace identified by workspace_guid. Default for agent_type is CLI.
  • delete_agent(workspace_guid,agent_guid): delete the agent identified by agent_guid.
  • get_agent_tokens(workspace_guid, agent_guid): get token IDs for the agent identified by agent_guid in the workspace identified by workspace_guid.
  • get_agent_token(workspace_guid, agent_guid, token_id): get the token ID identified by token_id.
  • regenerate_agent_token(workspace_guid, agent_guid): regenerate the token for the agent identified by agent_id.
  • revoke_agent_token(workspace_guid, agent_guid, token_id): revoke the token identified by token_id.
  • get_issues(workspace_guid): get the list of issues for the workspace identified by workspace_guid.
  • get_issue(issue_id): get the issue identified by issue_id.
  • get_scan(scan_id): get the scan identified by scan_id (returned in get_issue).
  • get_libraries(workspace_guid,unmatched(bool,opt)): get the libraries associated with the workspace identified by workspace_guid.
  • get_library(library_id): get the library identified by library_id (e.g. "maven:commons-fileupload:commons-fileupload:1.3.2:")
  • get_vulnerability(vulnerability_id): get the vulnerability identified by vulnerability_id (an integer value, visible in the output of get_issues).
  • get_license(license_id): get the license identified by license_id (a string, e.g. "GPL30").
  • get_sca_events(date_gte,event_group,event_type): get the audit events for the arguments passed. Be careful with the arguments for this and try to limit by date as it will fetch all pages of data, which might be a lot.

Dynamic Analysis

Note: You can also access these methods from the Analyses object.

  • get_analyses(): get a list of dynamic analyses to which you have access.
  • get_analyses_by_name(name): get a list of dynamic analyses matching name.
  • get_analyses_by_target_url(url): get a list of dynamic analyses containing url.
  • get_analyses_by_search_term(search_term): get a list of dynamic analyses matching search_term.
  • get_analysis(analysis_id): get the analysis identified by analysis_id (guid).
  • get_analysis_audits(analysis_id): get the audits for the analysis identified by analysis_id (guid).
  • get_analysis_scans(analysis_id): get the scans for the analysis identified by analysis_id (guid).
  • get_analysis_scanner_variables(analysis_id): get the scanner variables for the analysis identified by analysis_id (guid).
  • create_analysis(name,scans,schedule_frequency='ONCE',business_unit_guid (opt),email (opt),owner (opt)): create an analysis with the provided settings. Use setup_scan and related functions to construct the list of scans.
  • update_analysis(guid,name,scans,schedule_frequency='ONCE',business_unit_guid (opt),email (opt),owner (opt)): update the analysis identified by guid with the provided settings.
  • update_analysis_scanner_variable(analysis_guid,scanner_variable_guid,reference_key,value,description): update the scanner variable identified by the scanner_variable_guid for the analysis identified by analysis_guid.
  • delete_analysis_scanner_variable(analysis_guid,scanner_variable_guid): delete the scanner variable identified by the scanner_variable_guid for the analysis identified by analysis_guid.
  • delete_analysis(analysis_guid): delete the analysis identified by analysis_guid.

Note: You can also access these methods from the Scans object.

  • get_dyn_scan(scan_guid): get the scan identified by scan_guid. Get scan_guid from get_analysis_scans().
  • get_dyn_scan_audits(scan_guid): get the audits for the scan identified by scan_guid.
  • get_dyn_scan_config(scan_guid): get the scan config for the scan identified by scan_guid.
  • update_dyn_scan(scan_guid,scan): update the scan identified by scan_guid. Prepare scan with dyn_setup_scan().
  • delete_dyn_scan(scan_guid): delete the scan identified by scan_guid.
  • get_scan_scanner_variables(scan_id): get the scanner variables for the scan identified by scan_guid.
  • update_scan_scanner_variable(scan_guid,scanner_variable_guid,reference_key,value,description): update the scanner variable identified by the scanner_variable_guid for the scan identified by scan_guid.
  • delete_scan_scanner_variable(scan_guid,scanner_variable_guid): delete the scanner variable identified by the scanner_variable_guid for the scan identified by scan_guid.

Note: You can also access these methods from the Occurrences object.

  • get_analysis_occurrences(): get all dynamic analysis occurrences.
  • get_analysis_occurrence(occurrence_guid): get the dynamic analysis occurrence identified by occurrence_guid.
  • stop_analysis_occurrence(occurrence_guid,save_or_delete): stop the dynamic analysis occurrence identified by occurrence_guid. Analysis results identified so far are processed according to save_or_delete.

Note: You can also access these methods from the ScanOccurrences object.

  • get_scan_occurrences(occurrence_guid): get the scan occurrences for the dynamic analysis occurrence identified by occurrence_guid.
  • get_scan_occurrence(scan_occ_guid): get the scan occurrence identified by scan_occ_guid.
  • stop_scan_occurrence(scan_occ_guid,save_or_delete): stop the scan occurrence identified by scan_occ_guid. Scan results identified so far are processed according to save_or_delete.
  • get_scan_occurrence_configuration(scan_occ_guid): get the configuration of the scan occurrence identified by scan_occ_guid.
  • get_scan_occurrence_verification_report(scan_occ_guid): get the verification report of the scan occurrence identified by scan_occ_guid.
  • get_scan_occurrence_notes_report(scan_occ_guid): get the scan notes report of the scan occurrence identified by scan_occ_guid.
  • get_scan_occurrence_screenshots(scan_occ_guid): get the screenshots of the scan occurrence identified by scan_occ_guid.

Note: You can also access these methods from the CodeGroups object.

  • get_codegroups(): get the allowable code values for all code groups for Dynamic Analysis.
  • get_codegroup(name): get the allowable code values for the Dynamic Analysis code group identified by name.

Note: You can also access these methods from the Configuration object.

  • get_dynamic_configuration(): get the default Dynamic Analysis configuration.

Note: You can also access these methods from the ScanCapacitySummary object.

  • get_dynamic_scan_capacity_summary(): get the Dynamic Analysis scan capacity summary.

Note: You can also access these methods from the ScannerVariables object.

  • get_global_scanner_variables(): get the list of global Dynamic Analysis scanner variables.
  • get_global_scanner_variable(guid): get the Dynamic Analysis global scanner variable identified by guid.
  • create_global_scanner_variable(reference_key,value,description): create a global Dynamic Analysis scanner variable.
  • update_global_scanner_variable(guid,reference_key,value,description): update the global Dynamic Analysis scanner variable identified by guid.
  • delete_global_scanner_variable(guid): delete the global Dynamic Analysis scanner variable identified by guid.

Note: You can also access these methods from the DynUtils object.

  • dyn_setup_user_agent(custom_header,type): set up the payload to specify the user agent for a dynamic scan.
  • dyn_setup_custom_host(host_name,ip_address): set up the payload to specify the custom host for a dynamic scan.
  • dyn_setup_blocklist( urls:List): set up the payload to specify the blocklist for a dynamic scan.
  • dyn_setup_url(url,directory_restriction_type='DIRECTORY_AND_SUBDIRECTORY',http_and_https=True): set up the payload to specify a URL object for a dynamic scan. This payload can be used in other setup calls that require a url.
  • dyn_setup_scan_setting(blocklist_configs:list,custom_hosts:List, user_agent(opt)): set up the payload to specify a scan setting for a dynamic scan.
  • dyn_setup_scan_contact_info(email,first_and_last_name,telephone): set up the payload to specify contact information for a dynamic scan.
  • dyn_setup_crawl_script(script_body,script_type='SELENIUM'): set up the payload to specify crawl script information for a dynamic scan.
  • dyn_setup_crawl_configuration(scripts:List,disabled=False): set up the payload to specify crawl configuration for a dynamic scan.
  • dyn_setup_login_logout_script(script_body,script_type='SELENIUM'): set up the payload to specify login/logout script information for a dynamic scan.
  • dyn_setup_auth(authtype,username,password,domain(opt),base64_pkcs12(opt),cert_name(opt), login_script_data(opt), logout_script_data(opt)): set up the payload to specify authentication information for a specific authtype for a dynamic scan. The following parameters are required:
    • AUTO: username, password
    • BASIC: username, password, domain (opt)
    • CERT: base64_pkcs12, cert_name, password
    • FORM: login_script_data, logout_script_data
  • dyn_setup_auth_config(authentication_node:dict): set up the payload to specify authentication information for a dynamic scan. Set up authentication_node with dyn_setup_auth.
  • dyn_setup_scan_config_request( url, allowed_hosts:List, auth_config(opt), crawl_config(opt), scan_setting(opt)): set up the payload to specify the scan config request for a dynamic scan. url and allowed_hosts are set up using dyn_setup_url(). crawl_config is setup using dyn_setup_crawl_configuration(). scan_setting is setup using dyn_setup_scan_setting().
  • dyn_setup_scan( scan_config_request, scan_contact_info(opt), linked_app_guid(opt)): set up the payload to specify the scan for a Dynamic Analysis. scan_config_request is setup using dyn_setup_scan_config_request() and scan_contact_info is set up using dyn_setup_scan_contact_info(). Specify linked_app_guid (using get_apps() or get_app()) to link the scan results to an application profile.

Notes

  1. Different API calls require different roles. Consult the Veracode Help Center.
  2. SCA APIs must be called with a human user.
  3. This library does not include a complete set of Veracode API methods. In particular, it only provides a handful of XML API methods.quit
  4. Contributions are welcome.

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