Please help me in finding the right RestAPI to get the following information out of Sangfor NGAF

1. List of security threats
2. URL access logs
3. User traffic FW access control
4. FW rules violations list

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Newbie517762 Lv5Posted 13 Nov 2023 09:35
  
HiHi,

To address the technical issue at hand, I recommend reaching out to the Sangfor support team for further assistance.
Farina Ahmed Lv5Posted 14 Nov 2023 13:41
  
Sangfor NGAF's RESTful API serves as a powerful gateway to extract critical security-related insights and manage network functionalities efficiently. Leveraging this API, you can access a plethora of data to address your specific requirements. For instance, retrieving a list of security threats detected by NGAF involves utilizing dedicated endpoints or queries designed to furnish comprehensive details about detected threats. This information typically encompasses the nature of threats, severity levels, affected devices, and timestamps, offering a comprehensive overview of potential risks to your network.

Contact Sangfor TAC team because what you asked is all about R&D.

The API facilitates access to URL access logs, granting visibility into web traffic patterns. These logs contain valuable data regarding accessed URLs, source and destination details, timestamps, and potentially deeper insights into web traffic behaviors. Simultaneously, by interfacing with the API, you can gather user traffic information pertaining to firewall access control. This includes user identities, applications accessed, applied traffic policies, and any traffic restrictions imposed based on firewall rules and user permissions, enabling robust management and analysis of network traffic flow and security measures. Additionally, the API may provide access to logs or reports detailing firewall rules violations, offering essential insights into breaches or instances where rules were circumvented, aiding in identifying vulnerabilities and reinforcing network security measures effectively.
mdamores Lv3Posted 15 Nov 2023 09:29
  
Below are some of the steps that help you find the documentation that you look for:

1. look for Sangfor NGAF documentation and look for sections related to APIs, REST APIs, or integrations.
2. Since this is more on R&D concern, you may seek Sangfor TAC team for immediate assistance thru Tech.Support@sangfor.com
3. look for developer resources, SDKs, or API related materials that Sangfor provides.

In any case, ensure that you follow best practice to avoid compromising the security
MTR Lv2Posted 18 Nov 2023 00:46
  
To get the list of security threats, you can use the RestAPI provided by Sangfor NGAF. Unfortunately, the specific RestAPI endpoint for this information is not mentioned in the available information. It would be best to refer to the official documentation or contact Sangfor support for detailed instructions on how to retrieve the list of security threats using RestAPI.

To retrieve URL access logs, you can utilize the Restful API for Sangfor NGAF. The available information suggests that Sangfor NGAF provides URL access logs, which include information about referring and exit pages, URLs, and similar data. These logs can be used for analytical purposes and to improve security. You can refer to the official documentation or contact Sangfor support for more information on how to access URL access logs using RestAPI.

For user traffic FW access control, the available information does not provide a specific RestAPI endpoint. It is recommended to consult the official documentation or reach out to Sangfor support for guidance on how to retrieve user traffic FW access control information using RestAPI.

Similarly, the available information does not mention a specific RestAPI endpoint for retrieving the FW rules violations list. To obtain this information, it is advisable to refer to the official documentation or contact Sangfor support for assistance on how to access the FW rules violations list using RestAPI.
AHR Lv1Posted 19 Nov 2023 17:12
  
To get the list of security threats, you can use the Sangfor NGAF RestAPI for security threats. This API provides information about advanced persistent threats (APT), malware (virus, ransomware), and web-based attacks. It also includes features for rule-based security policies and malware detection and prevention.

For URL access logs, you can utilize the Sangfor NGAF RestAPI for URL access logs. This API allows you to retrieve logs related to URL access, including information about referring and exit pages, URLs, and other relevant details. These logs can be used for analytical purposes and to improve security.

To obtain information about user traffic FW access control, you can explore the Sangfor NGAF RestAPI for user traffic FW access control. Although specific details about this API are not available in the real-time information, it is likely to provide access to user traffic control features, such as managing firewall rules and access permissions.

Unfortunately, there is no specific RestAPI mentioned in the real-time information for retrieving the FW rules violations list. It is recommended to refer to the official documentation or contact Sangfor support for further assistance in accessing this information.
isabelita Lv3Posted 20 Nov 2023 14:04
  
The robust gateway provided by Sangfor NGAF's RESTful API allows users to effectively control network operations and collect important security-related insights. By using this API, you may retrieve a wealth of information to meet your unique needs. To obtain a list of security risks identified by NGAF, for example, certain endpoints or queries that provide detailed information about identified threats must be used. This data usually includes the types of attacks, degrees of severity, devices that are impacted, and timestamps; it provides you with a thorough picture of all the possible dangers to your network.
Racoon Lv2Posted 20 Nov 2023 14:06
  
You may utilize the Sangfor NGAF RestAPI for security risks to obtain the list of security threats. Advanced persistent threats (APT), malware (virus, ransomware), and web-based assaults are all covered by this API. Moreover, it has functionality for malware protection and detection as well as rule-based security rules.
Jigen87 Lv3Posted 20 Nov 2023 14:07
  
To obtain URL access logs, you can make use of the Sangfor NGAF RestAPI. You may obtain URL access logs with this API, which contain data on referring and exit sites, URLs, and other pertinent information. These logs can be utilized to enhance security and for analytical purposes.
damulagski Lv3Posted 20 Nov 2023 14:09
  
Access to URL access records is made easier by the API, which provides insight into online traffic trends. These logs include useful information about URLs that have been viewed, as well as source and destination details, timestamps, and maybe more in-depth analysis of online traffic patterns. Concurrently, you may obtain user traffic data related to firewall access control by interacting with the API. In order to enable thorough monitoring and analysis of network traffic flow and security measures, this comprises user identities, applications accessed, applied traffic policies, and any traffic limits imposed based on firewall rules and user rights. Furthermore, the API can grant access to logs or reports that describe violations of firewall rules. These logs or reports can offer crucial insights into breaches or situations in which rules were evaded, therefore assisting in the identification of vulnerabilities and the successful reinforcement of network security measures.

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