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"
- color common.Color
Color is a hexadecimal representation of color code value
- description string
Description is the tag description.
- name string
Name is the tag name.
Vulns are the tagged vulnerabilities.Array [checkBaseLayer boolean
(Applies only to the resource type 'image') Checks whether the base layer in an image is the resource image.comment string
Adds a comment.id string
Specifies the Common Vulnerability and Exposures (CVE) ID.packageName string
Specifies the source or the binary package name where the vulnerability is found. Use the source package name for tagging if only source package exists. Use the wildcard
*for tagging all the packages.resourceType vuln.TagType
Possible values: [
TagType specifies the resource type for tagging where the vulnerability is found. Use the wildcard
*to apply the tag to all the resource types where the vulnerability is foundresources string
(Required when you define the resource type) Specifies the resources for tagging where the vulnerability is found. Either specify the resource names separated by a comma or use the wildcard
*to apply the tag to all the resources where the vulnerability is found.]