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Issue: How to create API keys for F-Secure Radar API authentication? Resolution: F-Secure Radar API uses API keys for authentication. An API key consists of an access key (for example, PA3IAKNANLM9) and a secret key (for example, UO9mkDEHFGa1Vau6o#1AfxwRmBQW@!qV). Note that the sample requests in this documentation show access and secret keys enclosed in braces, which must be omitted when you submit requests. Follow the steps below to create an API key: Log in to F-Secure Radar. Select My profile. Scroll down to the Configure API Keys section. Add a new API key and store it safely. Apply the created API key to the HTTP header of every API request that requires authentication. Run a simple request to check the authentication: curl -X GET https://api.radar.f-secure.com/api/integration/authenticationcheck -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -H 'ApiAccessKey: {ApiAccessKey}' -H 'ApiSecretKey: {ApiSecretKey}' If authentication was successful, you will get a HTTP response with status code 200 Authenticated. Note: Single quote works in Linux environment. When using CURL in Windows Operating System, recommended to use double quotes masked with backslash (\). Backslash is used to escape the inner quotes. Example: curl -X POST https://api.radar.f-secure.com/api/integration/assetMonitoring/withStartIndex/0/andPageSize/250 -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "ApiAccessKey: {ApiAccessKey}" -H "ApiSecretKey: {ApiSecretKey}" -d "{\"AssetSourceType\": \"Custom\"}" Article no: 000018219
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Issue: How to remove/add/change user in F-Secure Radar Security Center portal Resolution: The Account management page allows control to user access using Role Based Access Control (RBAC) principles. Users with administrator role have full access rights to user management.  Steps to edit / modify an existing user: Login to the Radar Security Center Go to the Account Management tab Click the List view button to view list of the users Click on three dots (...) on the right side of the user Select Edit Make the required change and save your settings Steps to delete a user: Login to the Radar Security Center Go to the Account Management tab Click on List view button to view list of the users Click on the checkbox next to the user Click the Delete users button at the bottom of the screen to delete user Steps to add a new user: Login to the Radar Security Center Go to the Account Management tab Click the circle with 3 dots (...)next to the title "Account management" Select Add user Fill in the user details and click Finish when done. An invitation email is sent to the user Note: Administrators also have other options available including activating and deactivating users and adding users to groups. To activate / deactivate or add a user to a group: Login to the Radar Security Center Go to the Account Management tab Click on the checkbox next to the user, repeat the step if needed to select all relevant users Click the button Activate users, Deactivate users or Add to user groups Note: If the ADMIN user is no longer available (e.g. user has left the company) and your request is about adding (or changing) another user to the ADMIN role, contact F-Secure Support with your request.    Article no: 000005330
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Issue: There is an issue with scan nodes not being able to connect to F-Secure back-end servers. In short, the Last seen and Engine update indicators on https://portal.radar.f-secure.com/mmc/settings/scannodes.aspx show a delay of more than 3-4 minutes. Resolution: To troubleshoot the scan node connectivity: Make sure that the F-Secure Radar Scan Node Agent (legacy name= Karhu.Scan.Daemon) service is running. Check this by using Windows Task Manager or Windows Local Service. Make sure that the Windows credentials used to run the F-Secure Radar Scan Node Agent (Karhu.Scan.Daemon) service are able to log in. While logged in with these Windows credentials, run the following command:  C:\Program Files (x86)\F-Secure\RadarScanAgent>FSRadarAgent.exe --test This runs a connectivity test against our Radar Update server back-end. There should be no visible problems or errors while the previous test executes. Ensure that using a browser to access the Security Center portal or https://portal.radar.f-secure.com, https://api.radar.f-secure.com and https://updates.radar.f-secure.com works.  Also check if there are any changes in the network configuration or if the connection needs a proxy for outbound traffic.  If you need to configure or check the current http-proxy settings, you can open the Radar Scan node - Control Center application. Proxy related settings are visible in the Settings pane and are listed below. Communication.WebSerivce.WSNG.Binding.ProxyAddress Communication.WebSerivce.WSNG.Binding.BypassProxyOnLocal Communication.WebSerivce.WSNG.Binding.UseDefaultWebProxy Communication.WebSerivce.SSNG.Binding.ProxyAddress Communication.WebSerivce.SSNG.Binding.BypassProxyOnLocal Communication.WebSerivce.SSNG.Binding.UseDefaultWebProxy Communication.WebSerivce.PSNG.Binding.ProxyAddress Communication.WebSerivce.PSNG.Binding.BypassProxyOnLocal Communication.WebSerivce.PSNG.Binding.UseDefaultWebProxy Communication.WebSerivce.Updates.Binding.ProxyAddress Communication.WebSerivce.Updates.Binding.BypassProxyOnLocal Communication.WebSerivce.Updates.Binding.UseDefaultWebProxy Communication.WebRequest.Updates.ProxyFileTransferTimeout By default, the scan node agent respects operating system proxy settings. On Windows, you can specify a web proxy in Internet Options (Connections -> Lan Settings). However, you have to configure it for the specific user (or service) account. Internet Explorer options are customized for each specific Windows account. Usually, the following procedure works in applying proxy settings to the Radar Scan Node Agent: identify which user (or service) account Radar Scan Node Agent uses log in to the system using this account configure the Internet Option proxy settings restart the Radar Scan Node Agent Service (net stop "f-secure radar scan node agent", net start "f-secure radar scan node agent") Verify communication works by looking at the service logs in the Radar scan node root directory C:\Program Files (x86)\F-Secure\RadarScanAgent\logs.  Article no: 000003665
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With F-Secure Radar, there are a wide range of substantial benefits that help your business curb potential risks to your corporate security. In this...
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F-Secure Radar is a vulnerability management and security scanning solution that gives your business the tools to control and manage the IT security...
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With Radar, there are several different scanning engines that work together to keep you safe.
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During the first part of 2018, we have added several exciting enhancements to F-Secure Radar, which we highlight in this article.
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F-Secure Radar is constantly evolving to help you minimize cyber security threats by giving full visibility into your cyber security attack surface....
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Our license model for F-Secure Radar is simple. The license model offers the following options: Scalable pricing based on the number of devices to...
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As a vulnerability scanning and management solution, F-Secure Radar follows a five-step workflow to secure the system assets in your business network....
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There are two ways of deploying F-Secure Radar into your corporate IT systems. From the Radar Cloud as a SaaS (Software as a Service); or As an...
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Issue: After running internet discovery scan, unable to add host from internet discovery scan result into scan group for F-Secure Radar vulnerability scan Resolution: If you receive the error message "Could not find a scan node in the scan group settings" when trying to add the host to a scan group, go to Vulnerability Scans and check the settings for scan group that you intended to use. Make sure System Scan is enabled and the scan node is assigned to the scan group. Article no: 000014110
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