The Carbon Black API has three documentation packages: Carbon Black Client API, Carbon Black Server API, and Carbon Black Feed API. They each contain a collection of documentation, example scripts, and a helper library to help build and validate Carbon Black feeds.
The Carbon Black API is a RESTful API for Bit9 + Carbon Black. This means that the API can be consumed by practically any language. Example client bindings and scripts are included for reference purposes. Both the bindings and example scripts are implemented in python and C#. For the Python client bindings, HTTP communication is supported via the python requests library.
Carbon Black is a endpoint threat detection and response platform that enables SOC and incident response (IR) teams to prepare for a data breach.
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Carbon Black is a endpoint threat detection and response platform that enables SOC and incident response (IR) teams to prepare for a data breach. This is a Pythonic API to access Cb servers through the RESTful API defined at the Carbon Black GitHub repository. The requirements are Python 2.7+, the Requests module, and PyYAML.