check_point.mgmt.cp_mgmt_threat_indicator module – Manages threat-indicator objects on Check Point over Web Services API

Note

This module is part of the check_point.mgmt collection (version 6.0.0).

You might already have this collection installed if you are using the ansible package. It is not included in ansible-core. To check whether it is installed, run ansible-galaxy collection list.

To install it, use: ansible-galaxy collection install check_point.mgmt.

To use it in a playbook, specify: check_point.mgmt.cp_mgmt_threat_indicator.

New in check_point.mgmt 1.0.0

Synopsis

  • Manages threat-indicator objects on Check Point devices including creating, updating and removing objects.

  • All operations are performed over Web Services API.

Parameters

Parameter

Comments

action

string

The indicator’s action.

Choices:

  • "Inactive"

  • "Ask"

  • "Prevent"

  • "Detect"

auto_publish_session

boolean

Publish the current session if changes have been performed after task completes.

Choices:

  • false ← (default)

  • true

color

string

Color of the object. Should be one of existing colors.

Choices:

  • "aquamarine"

  • "black"

  • "blue"

  • "crete blue"

  • "burlywood"

  • "cyan"

  • "dark green"

  • "khaki"

  • "orchid"

  • "dark orange"

  • "dark sea green"

  • "pink"

  • "turquoise"

  • "dark blue"

  • "firebrick"

  • "brown"

  • "forest green"

  • "gold"

  • "dark gold"

  • "gray"

  • "dark gray"

  • "light green"

  • "lemon chiffon"

  • "coral"

  • "sea green"

  • "sky blue"

  • "magenta"

  • "purple"

  • "slate blue"

  • "violet red"

  • "navy blue"

  • "olive"

  • "orange"

  • "red"

  • "sienna"

  • "yellow"

comments

string

Comments string.

details_level

string

The level of detail for some of the fields in the response can vary from showing only the UID value of the object to a fully detailed representation of the object.

Choices:

  • "uid"

  • "standard"

  • "full"

ignore_errors

boolean

Apply changes ignoring errors. You won’t be able to publish such a changes. If ignore-warnings flag was omitted - warnings will also be ignored.

Choices:

  • false

  • true

ignore_warnings

boolean

Apply changes ignoring warnings.

Choices:

  • false

  • true

name

string / required

Object name.

observables

list / elements=dictionary

The indicator’s observables.

comments

string

Comments string.

confidence

string

The confidence level the indicator has that a real threat has been uncovered.

Choices:

  • "low"

  • "medium"

  • "high"

  • "critical"

domain

string

The name of a domain.

ignore_errors

boolean

Apply changes ignoring errors. You won’t be able to publish such a changes. If ignore-warnings flag was omitted - warnings will also be ignored.

Choices:

  • false

  • true

ignore_warnings

boolean

Apply changes ignoring warnings.

Choices:

  • false

  • true

ip_address

string

A valid IP-Address.

ip_address_first

string

A valid IP-Address, the beginning of the range. If you configure this parameter with a value, you must also configure the value of the ‘ip-address-last’ parameter.

ip_address_last

string

A valid IP-Address, the end of the range. If you configure this parameter with a value, you must also configure the value of the ‘ip-address-first’ parameter.

mail_cc

string

A valid E-Mail address, cc field.

mail_from

string

A valid E-Mail address, sender field.

mail_reply_to

string

A valid E-Mail address, reply-to field.

mail_subject

string

Subject of E-Mail.

mail_to

string

A valid E-Mail address, recipient filed.

md5

string

A valid MD5 sequence.

name

string

Object name. Should be unique in the domain.

product

string

The software blade that processes the observable, AV - AntiVirus, AB - AntiBot.

Choices:

  • "AV"

  • "AB"

severity

string

The severity level of the threat.

Choices:

  • "low"

  • "medium"

  • "high"

  • "critical"

url

string

A valid URL.

observables_raw_data

string

The contents of a file containing the indicator’s observables.

profile_overrides

list / elements=dictionary

Profiles in which to override the indicator’s default action.

action

string

The indicator’s action in this profile.

Choices:

  • "Inactive"

  • "Ask"

  • "Prevent"

  • "Detect"

profile

string

The profile in which to override the indicator’s action.

state

string

State of the access rule (present or absent).

Choices:

  • "present" ← (default)

  • "absent"

tags

list / elements=string

Collection of tag identifiers.

version

string

Version of checkpoint. If not given one, the latest version taken.

wait_for_task

boolean

Wait for the task to end. Such as publish task.

Choices:

  • false

  • true ← (default)

wait_for_task_timeout

integer

How many minutes to wait until throwing a timeout error.

Default: 30

Examples

- name: add-threat-indicator
  cp_mgmt_threat_indicator:
    action: ask
    ignore_warnings: true
    name: My_Indicator
    observables:
    - confidence: medium
      mail_to: [email protected]
      name: My_Observable
      product: AV
      severity: low
    profile_overrides:
    - action: detect
      profile: My_Profile
    state: present

- name: set-threat-indicator
  cp_mgmt_threat_indicator:
    action: prevent
    ignore_warnings: true
    name: My_Indicator
    state: present

- name: delete-threat-indicator
  cp_mgmt_threat_indicator:
    name: My_Indicator
    state: absent

Return Values

Common return values are documented here, the following are the fields unique to this module:

Key

Description

cp_mgmt_threat_indicator

dictionary

The checkpoint object created or updated.

Returned: always, except when deleting the object.

Authors

  • Or Soffer (@chkp-orso)