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Updated:June 7, 2020
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An API handler, in this document, is used the Postman tool
The information in this document is based on thede software:
Cisco AMP for Endpoints for Endpoints console version 5.4.20190709
The information in this document was created from the devices in a specific lab environment. All of the devices used in this document started with a cleared (default) configuration. If your network is live, ensure that you understand the potential impact of any command.
This document can also be used with the API version:
Offset: from where the information starts to display the items
In this example, the limit value is 20 and the offset is 60, the information starts to show the list 61 and the limit is 80, as shown in the images.
The command displays all the application blocklist configured on the AMP portal if you want to have the list of the SHA-256 codes of a specific list, navigate to the next step.
Step 4. On the application blocklist previously selected, copy the guid and run the command: https://api.amp.cisco.com/v1/file_lists/guid/files, in this example the guid is 221f6ebd-1245-4d56-ab31-e6997f5779ea for the list leisanch_blocking2, as shown in the image.
On the AMP portal, the application blocklist shows 8 SHA-256 codes added, as shown in the image.