Creates a tag that helps you manage the vulnerabilities in your environment. You can use tags as policy exceptions or assign them to vulnerabilities for action.
"" (an empty string) is automatically assigned for any unspecified field.
Refer to the following example cURL command that creates a tag named "my-tag":
$ curl -k \
-u <USER> \
-H 'Content-Type: application/json' \
-X POST \
"description": "A test collection"
- Array [
Color is a hexadecimal representation of color code value
Description is the tag description.
Name is the tag name.
Vulns are the tagged vulnerabilities.
CheckBaseLayer Indicates whether to also apply the tag for images that has one of the resources as a base layer. Field applies only for images.
Comment is the tag comment.
ID is the vulnerability ID.
PackageName is the package name.
Possible values: [
TagType represents the resource type of the tag
Resources is a list of resources the tag is attached on.