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Using the Spotlight Vulnerabilities service collection

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Table of Contents

Operation IDDescription
combinedQueryVulnerabilities
PEP 8query_vulnerabilities_combined
Search for Vulnerabilities in your environment by providing a FQL filter and paging details. Returns a set of Vulnerability entities which match the filter criteria.
getRemediationsV2
PEP 8get_remediations_v2
Get details on remediation by providing one or more IDs.
getVulnerabilities
PEP 8get_vulnerabilities
Get details on vulnerabilities by providing one or more IDs.
queryVulnerabilities
PEP 8query_vulnerabilities
Search for Vulnerabilities in your environment by providing a FQL filter and paging details. Returns a set of Vulnerability IDs which match the filter criteria.

Passing credentials

WARNING

client_id and client_secret are input variables that contain your CrowdStrike API credentials. Please note that all examples below do not hard code these values. (These values are ingested as strings.)

CrowdStrike does not recommend hard coding API credentials or customer identifiers within source code.

combinedQueryVulnerabilities

Search for Vulnerabilities in your environment by providing a FQL filter and paging details. Returns a set of Vulnerability entities which match the filter criteria.

PEP8 method name

query_vulnerabilities_combined

Content-Type

  • Consumes: application/json
  • Produces: application/json

Keyword Arguments

NameServiceUberTypeData typeDescription
after
Service Class Support

Uber Class Support
querystringA pagination token used with the limit parameter to manage pagination of results. On your first request, don't provide an after token. On subsequent requests, provide the after token from the previous response to continue from that place in the results. To access more than 10k indicators, use the after parameter instead of offset.
facet
Service Class Support

Uber Class Support
querystringSelect various detail blocks to be returned for each vulnerability.

Supported values:
  • host_info
  • remediation
  • cve
  • evaluation_logic
filter
Service Class Support

Uber Class Support
querystringFQL Syntax formatted filter that should be used to limit the results. Wildcards * are unsupported.

You must provide a filter, either via this keyword or as part of a parameters payload in order to use this method. Review the available filters table below for more detail.
limit
Service Class Support

Uber Class Support
queryintegerMaximum number of results to return. (Max: 400, Default: 100)
parameters
Service Class Support

Uber Class Support
querydictionaryFull query string parameters payload in JSON format.
sort
Service Class Support

Uber Class Support
querystringFQL Syntax formatted sort filter.

Common sort options include:
  • created_timestamp|desc
  • closed_timestamp|asc
  • updated_timestamp|desc
Available filters
NameDescription
aidThe unique agent identifier (agent ID) of a sensor.

Get all vulnerabilities for a specific agent ID:
filter=aid:'abcde6b9a3427d8c4a1af416424d6231'
apps_remediationThe unique identifier of a remediation. This filter supports multiple values and negation.

Get the vulnerability ID for a specific remediation ID:
filter=apps_remediation:['7bba2e543744a92962be7afeb6484858']

Get vulnerabilities for specified remediation IDs:
filter=apps_remediation.ids:['ID1','ID2','ID3']
closed_timestampThe date and time a vulnerability was set to a status of “closed.”

Get vulnerabilities that were marked as closed after June 25, 2021 at 10:32 UTC:
filter=closed_timestamp:>'2021-06-25T10:32'

Get vulnerabilities that were marked as closed before October 18, 2021:
filter=closed_timestamp:<'2021-10-18'
created_timestampThe date and time when a vulnerability was created in Spotlight.

Workflow tip: Use this filter to get only the vulnerabilities created after the timestamp you last pulled data on.

Get vulnerabilities created before September 30, 2021 at 13:22 UTC:
filter=created_timestamp:<'2021-09-25T13:22'

Get vulnerabilities created after February 12, 2021:
filter=created_timestamp:>'2021-02-12'
cve.exploit_statusNumeric value of the most severe known exploit. This filter supports multiple values and negation.

Possible values:
  • 0: (Unproven) No known exploits
  • 30: (Available - medium) At least one known piece of code developed to take advantage of the vulnerability.
  • 60: (Easily accessible - high) An exploit that is packaged and easily available in an exploit framework.
  • 90: (Actively used - critical) An exploit that has been used in at least one attack
Get vulnerabilities with an exploit status of 60:
filter=cve.exploit_status:'60'

Get vulnerabilities with an exploit status of 30, 60, or 90:
filter=cve.exploit_status:!'0'
OR
filter=cve.exploit_status:['30','60','90']
cve.exprt_ratingThe ExPRT rating assigned by CrowdStrike's predictive AI rating system.

The value must be entered in all caps. This filter supports multiple values and negation.

Possible values:
  • UNKNOWN: The CVE Metadata lacks some required properties or a technical/temporary problem.
  • LOW: Score is < ~50% Percentile OR it does not have an Exploit prediction.
  • MEDIUM: Score is > ~50% percentile.
  • HIGH: Exploit Status = Easily Accessible Exploit OR it fits in the ~[80,95]% ExPRT Scores.
  • CRITICAL: Exploit Status = Actively Used Exploit OR it fits in the top 5% ExpRT Scores.
Get vulnerabilities with an ExPRT rating of HIGH:
filter=cve.exprt_rating:'HIGH'

Get vulnerabilities with an ExPRT rating of HIGH or CRITICAL:
filter=cve.exprt_rating:['HIGH','CRITICAL']

Get vulnerabilities with any ExPRT rating other than UNKNOWN:
filter=cve.exprt_rating:!'UNKNOWN'
cve.idA unique identifier for a vulnerability as cataloged in the National Vulnerability Database (NVD). This filter supports multiple values and negation.

Note: All values must be enclosed in brackets, including single values.

Get vulnerabilities with a specific single CVE ID:
filter=cve.id:['CVE-2022-1234']

Get vulnerabilities for multiple CVE IDs:
filter=cve.id:['CVE-2022-1234','CVE-2023-1234']

Get vulnerabilities that do not contain either of 2 specific CVE IDs:
filter=cve.id:!['CVE-2022-1234','CVE-2023-1234']
cve.severityThe CVSS severity rating of the vulnerability. The value must be entered in all caps. This filter supports multiple values and negation.

Possible values:
  • UNKNOWN: a severity that’s not defined
  • NONE: non-defined severity
  • LOW: a low severity computed out of the base score
  • MEDIUM: a medium severity computed out of the base score
  • HIGH: a high severity computed out of the base score
  • CRITICAL: a critical severity computed out of the base score
Get all vulnerabilities with a CVE severity of LOW:
filter=cve.severity:'LOW'

Get vulnerabilities with any CVE severity but UNKNOWN:
filter=cve.severity:!'UNKNOWN'

Get all vulnerabilities with a CVE severity of LOW and MEDIUM:
filter=cve.severity:['LOW','MEDIUM']
host_info.groupsThe unique system-assigned ID of a host group. Retrieve the host group ID from Host Group APIs; see Host and Host Group Management APIs. This filter supports multiple values and negation.

Note: All values must be enclosed in brackets, including single values.

Get vulnerabilities on hosts in a specific host group ID:
filter=host_info.groups:['03f0b54af2692e99c4cec945818fbef7']

Get vulnerabilities on hosts in all host groups except a specific host group ID:
filter=host_info.groups:!['03f0b54af2692e99c4cec945818fbef7']

Get vulnerabilities on hosts in multiple host group IDs:
filter=host_info.groups:['03f0b54af2692e99c4cec945818fbef7','1676624bb307f5054406a3c343d40212']
host_info.platform_nameThe operating system platform. This filter supports negation.

Possible values:
  • Windows
  • Linux
Get vulnerabilities on Windows OS:
filter=host_info.platform_name:'Windows'

OR

filter=host_info.platform_name:!'Linux'
host_info.product_type_descThe type of host a sensor is running on. This filter supports multiple values and negation. Enter values as shown with the first letter capitalized.

Possible values:
  • Workstation
  • Server
  • Domain Controller
Get vulnerabilities on Workstation hosts:
filter=host_info.product_type_desc:'Workstation'

Get vulnerabilities on Server and Domain Controller hosts (non-Workstation hosts):
filter=host_info.product_type_desc:!'Workstation'

OR

filter=host_info.product_type_desc:['Workstation','Server']
host_info.tagsThe name of a tag assigned to a host. Retrieve tags from Host Tags APIs; see Host and Host Group Management APIs. This filter supports multiple values and negation.

Note: All values must be enclosed in brackets, including single values.

Get vulnerabilities on hosts tagged with “ephemeral”:
filter=host_info.tags:['ephemeral']

Get vulnerabilities on hosts with any tag but “search” or “ephemeral”:
host_info.tags:!['search','ephemeral']

Get vulnerabilities on hosts tagged with “spotlight” and “main”:
filter=host_info.tags:['spotlight','main']
last_seen_withinFilter for vulnerabilities based on the number of days since a host last connected to Falcon. Enter a numeric value from 3 to 45 to indicate the number of days you want to look back. All active hosts seen up to the specified number of days are returned with a host_last_seen_timestamp response field populated as follows:
  • A UTC timestamp of the most recent connection displays for hosts that were last seen online more than 3 days ago
  • Null for hosts that have been online in the last 3 days
Possible values:
  • Integer, from 3–45

    Note: Values less than 3 and greater than 45 are not supported and will result in error.
Get vulnerabilities for hosts that last connected to Falcon within the last 10 days:
filter=last_seen_within:'10'

The host_last_seen_timestamp in the response shows:
  • A timestamp for last host activity detected on days 4-10
  • Null for last host activity detected on days 1-3
statusThe status of a vulnerability. The value must be entered in all lowercase letters. This filter supports multiple values and negation.

Possible values:
  • open: Vulnerabilities that are currently open. A vulnerability is automatically assigned the open status upon creation.
  • closed: Vulnerabilities that are closed. You can close a vulnerability from the open or reopen status.
  • reopen: Vulnerabilities that are currently reopened after previously being closed.
  • expired: Vulnerabilities on decommissioned hosts that are set to be deleted. The expired status appears 3 days before a vulnerability is deleted from Spotlight. Note that vulnerabilities in the expired status are visible only through the API. They do not appear in the Falcon console or in reports.
Get vulnerabilities with a status of open:
filter=status:'open'

Get vulnerabilities with any status except closed:
filter=status:!'closed'

Get vulnerabilities with a status of open or reopen:
filter=status:['open','reopen']ORfilter=status:!['closed']
updated_timestampThe UTC date and time of the last update made on a vulnerability.

Get vulnerabilities that were last updated before October 20, 2021 at 10:36 PM UTC:
filter=updated_timestamp:<'2021-10-20T22:36'

Get vulnerabilities that were last updated after September 15, 2021:
filter=updated_timestamp:>'2021-09-15'

Usage

You must provide a value for filter to make use of this operation, either by using the filter keyword or as part of your parameters payload.

Service class example (PEP8 syntax)
from falconpy import SpotlightVulnerabilities

# Do not hardcode API credentials!
falcon = SpotlightVulnerabilities(client_id=CLIENT_ID,
                                  client_secret=CLIENT_SECRET
                                  )

response = falcon.query_vulnerabilities_combined(filter="string",
                                                 facet="string",
                                                 limit=integer,
                                                 sort="string",
                                                 after="string"
                                                 )
print(response)

Service class example (Operation ID syntax)
from falconpy import SpotlightVulnerabilities

# Do not hardcode API credentials!
falcon = SpotlightVulnerabilities(client_id=CLIENT_ID,
                                  client_secret=CLIENT_SECRET
                                  )

response = falcon.combinedQueryVulnerabilities(filter="string",
                                               facet="string",
                                               limit=integer,
                                               sort="string",
                                               after="string"
                                               )
print(response)

Uber class example
from falconpy import APIHarness

# Do not hardcode API credentials!
falcon = APIHarness(client_id=CLIENT_ID,
                    client_secret=CLIENT_SECRET
                    )

response = falcon.command("combinedQueryVulnerabilities",
                          filter="string",
                          facet="string",
                          limit=integer,
                          sort="string",
                          after="string"
                          )
print(response)

getRemediationsV2

Get details on remediation by providing one or more IDs

PEP8 method name

get_remediations_v2

Content-Type

  • Produces: application/json

Keyword Arguments

NameServiceUberTypeData typeDescription
ids
Service Class Support

Uber Class Support
querystring or list of stringsOne or more remediation IDs.
parameters
Service Class Support

Uber Class Support
querydictionaryFull query string parameters payload in JSON format.

Usage

Service class example (PEP8 syntax)
from falconpy import SpotlightVulnerabilities

# Do not hardcode API credentials!
falcon = SpotlightVulnerabilities(client_id=CLIENT_ID,
                                  client_secret=CLIENT_SECRET
                                  )

id_list = 'ID1,ID2,ID3'  # Can also pass a list here: ['ID1', 'ID2', 'ID3']

response = falcon.get_remediations_v2(ids=id_list)
print(response)

Service class example (Operation ID syntax)
from falconpy import SpotlightVulnerabilities

# Do not hardcode API credentials!
falcon = SpotlightVulnerabilities(client_id=CLIENT_ID,
                                  client_secret=CLIENT_SECRET
                                  )

id_list = 'ID1,ID2,ID3'  # Can also pass a list here: ['ID1', 'ID2', 'ID3']

response = falcon.getRemediationsV2(ids=id_list)
print(response)

Uber class example
from falconpy import APIHarness

# Do not hardcode API credentials!
falcon = APIHarness(client_id=CLIENT_ID,
                    client_secret=CLIENT_SECRET
                    )

id_list = 'ID1,ID2,ID3'  # Can also pass a list here: ['ID1', 'ID2', 'ID3']

response = falcon.command("getRemediationsV2", ids=id_list)
print(response)

getVulnerabilities

Get details on vulnerabilities by providing one or more IDs

PEP8 method name

get_vulnerabilities

Content-Type

  • Produces: application/json

Keyword Arguments

NameServiceUberTypeData typeDescription
ids
Service Class Support

Uber Class Support
querystring or list of stringsOne or more vulnerability IDs (max: 400). Find vulnerability IDs with queryVulnerabilities.
parameters
Service Class Support

Uber Class Support
querydictionaryFull query string parameters payload in JSON format.

Usage

Service class example (PEP8 syntax)
from falconpy import SpotlightVulnerabilities

# Do not hardcode API credentials!
falcon = SpotlightVulnerabilities(client_id=CLIENT_ID,
                                  client_secret=CLIENT_SECRET
                                  )

id_list = 'ID1,ID2,ID3'  # Can also pass a list here: ['ID1', 'ID2', 'ID3']

response = falcon.get_vulnerabilities(ids=id_list)
print(response)

Service class example (Operation ID syntax)
from falconpy import SpotlightVulnerabilities

# Do not hardcode API credentials!
falcon = SpotlightVulnerabilities(client_id=CLIENT_ID,
                                  client_secret=CLIENT_SECRET
                                  )

id_list = 'ID1,ID2,ID3'  # Can also pass a list here: ['ID1', 'ID2', 'ID3']

response = falcon.getVulnerabilities(ids=id_list)
print(response)

Uber class example
from falconpy import APIHarness

# Do not hardcode API credentials!
falcon = APIHarness(client_id=CLIENT_ID,
                    client_secret=CLIENT_SECRET
                    )

id_list = 'ID1,ID2,ID3'  # Can also pass a list here: ['ID1', 'ID2', 'ID3']

response = falcon.command("getVulnerabilities", ids=id_list)
print(response)

queryVulnerabilities

Search for Vulnerabilities in your environment by providing a FQL filter and paging details. Returns a set of Vulnerability IDs which match the filter criteria

PEP8 method name

query_vulnerabilities

Content-Type

  • Produces: application/json

Keyword Arguments

NameServiceUberTypeData typeDescription
after
Service Class Support

Uber Class Support
querystringA pagination token used with the limit parameter to manage pagination of results. On your first request, don't provide an after token. On subsequent requests, provide the after token from the previous response to continue from that place in the results.
limit
Service Class Support

Uber Class Support
queryintegerThe number of items to return in this response (default: 100, max: 400). Use with the after parameter to manage pagination of results.
parameters
Service Class Support

Uber Class Support
querydictionaryFull query string parameters payload in JSON format.
sort
Service Class Support

Uber Class Support
querystringSort vulnerabilities by their properties. Common sort options include:
  • created_timestamp|desc
  • closed_timestamp|asc
  • updated_timestamp|desc
filter
Service Class Support

Uber Class Support
querystringFilter items using a query in Falcon Query Language (FQL). Wildcards * are unsupported. Common filter options include:
  • created_timestamp:>'2019-11-25T22:36:12Z'
  • closed_timestamp:>'2019-11-25T22:36:12Z'
  • aid:'8e7656b27d8c49a34a1af416424d6231'
You must provide a filter, either via this keyword or as part of a parameters payload in order to use this method. Review the available filters table below for more detail.
Available filters
NameDescription
aidThe unique agent identifier (agent ID) of a sensor.

Get all vulnerabilities for a specific agent ID:
filter=aid:'abcde6b9a3427d8c4a1af416424d6231'
apps_remediationThe unique identifier of a remediation. This filter supports multiple values and negation.

Get the vulnerability ID for a specific remediation ID:
filter=apps_remediation:['7bba2e543744a92962be7afeb6484858']

Get vulnerabilities for specified remediation IDs:
filter=apps_remediation.ids:['ID1','ID2','ID3']
closed_timestampThe date and time a vulnerability was set to a status of “closed.”

Get vulnerabilities that were marked as closed after June 25, 2021 at 10:32 UTC:
filter=closed_timestamp:>'2021-06-25T10:32'

Get vulnerabilities that were marked as closed before October 18, 2021:
filter=closed_timestamp:<'2021-10-18'
created_timestampThe date and time when a vulnerability was created in Spotlight.

Workflow tip: Use this filter to get only the vulnerabilities created after the timestamp you last pulled data on.

Get vulnerabilities created before September 30, 2021 at 13:22 UTC:
filter=created_timestamp:<'2021-09-25T13:22'

Get vulnerabilities created after February 12, 2021:
filter=created_timestamp:>'2021-02-12'
cve.exploit_statusNumeric value of the most severe known exploit. This filter supports multiple values and negation.

Possible values:
  • 0: (Unproven) No known exploits
  • 30: (Available - medium) At least one known piece of code developed to take advantage of the vulnerability.
  • 60: (Easily accessible - high) An exploit that is packaged and easily available in an exploit framework.
  • 90: (Actively used - critical) An exploit that has been used in at least one attack
Get vulnerabilities with an exploit status of 60:
filter=cve.exploit_status:'60'

Get vulnerabilities with an exploit status of 30, 60, or 90:
filter=cve.exploit_status:!'0'
OR
filter=cve.exploit_status:['30','60','90']
cve.exprt_ratingThe ExPRT rating assigned by CrowdStrike's predictive AI rating system.

The value must be entered in all caps. This filter supports multiple values and negation.

Possible values:
  • UNKNOWN: The CVE Metadata lacks some required properties or a technical/temporary problem.
  • LOW: Score is < ~50% Percentile OR it does not have an Exploit prediction.
  • MEDIUM: Score is > ~50% percentile.
  • HIGH: Exploit Status = Easily Accessible Exploit OR it fits in the ~[80,95]% ExPRT Scores.
  • CRITICAL: Exploit Status = Actively Used Exploit OR it fits in the top 5% ExpRT Scores.
Get vulnerabilities with an ExPRT rating of HIGH:
filter=cve.exprt_rating:'HIGH'

Get vulnerabilities with an ExPRT rating of HIGH or CRITICAL:
filter=cve.exprt_rating:['HIGH','CRITICAL']

Get vulnerabilities with any ExPRT rating other than UNKNOWN:
filter=cve.exprt_rating:!'UNKNOWN'
cve.idA unique identifier for a vulnerability as cataloged in the National Vulnerability Database (NVD). This filter supports multiple values and negation.

Note: All values must be enclosed in brackets, including single values.

Get vulnerabilities with a specific single CVE ID:
filter=cve.id:['CVE-2022-1234']

Get vulnerabilities for multiple CVE IDs:
filter=cve.id:['CVE-2022-1234','CVE-2023-1234']

Get vulnerabilities that do not contain either of 2 specific CVE IDs:
filter=cve.id:!['CVE-2022-1234','CVE-2023-1234']
cve.severityThe CVSS severity rating of the vulnerability. The value must be entered in all caps. This filter supports multiple values and negation.

Possible values:
  • UNKNOWN: a severity that’s not defined
  • NONE: non-defined severity
  • LOW: a low severity computed out of the base score
  • MEDIUM: a medium severity computed out of the base score
  • HIGH: a high severity computed out of the base score
  • CRITICAL: a critical severity computed out of the base score
Get all vulnerabilities with a CVE severity of LOW:
filter=cve.severity:'LOW'

Get vulnerabilities with any CVE severity but UNKNOWN:
filter=cve.severity:!'UNKNOWN'

Get all vulnerabilities with a CVE severity of LOW and MEDIUM:
filter=cve.severity:['LOW','MEDIUM']
host_info.groupsThe unique system-assigned ID of a host group. Retrieve the host group ID from Host Group APIs; see Host and Host Group Management APIs. This filter supports multiple values and negation.

Note: All values must be enclosed in brackets, including single values.

Get vulnerabilities on hosts in a specific host group ID:
filter=host_info.groups:['03f0b54af2692e99c4cec945818fbef7']

Get vulnerabilities on hosts in all host groups except a specific host group ID:
filter=host_info.groups:!['03f0b54af2692e99c4cec945818fbef7']

Get vulnerabilities on hosts in multiple host group IDs:
filter=host_info.groups:['03f0b54af2692e99c4cec945818fbef7','1676624bb307f5054406a3c343d40212']
host_info.platform_nameThe operating system platform. This filter supports negation.

Possible values:
  • Windows
  • Linux
Get vulnerabilities on Windows OS:
filter=host_info.platform_name:'Windows'

OR

filter=host_info.platform_name:!'Linux'
host_info.product_type_descThe type of host a sensor is running on. This filter supports multiple values and negation. Enter values as shown with the first letter capitalized.

Possible values:
  • Workstation
  • Server
  • Domain Controller
Get vulnerabilities on Workstation hosts:
filter=host_info.product_type_desc:'Workstation'

Get vulnerabilities on Server and Domain Controller hosts (non-Workstation hosts):
filter=host_info.product_type_desc:!'Workstation'

OR

filter=host_info.product_type_desc:['Workstation','Server']
host_info.tagsThe name of a tag assigned to a host. Retrieve tags from Host Tags APIs; see Host and Host Group Management APIs. This filter supports multiple values and negation.

Note: All values must be enclosed in brackets, including single values.

Get vulnerabilities on hosts tagged with “ephemeral”:
filter=host_info.tags:['ephemeral']

Get vulnerabilities on hosts with any tag but “search” or “ephemeral”:
host_info.tags:!['search','ephemeral']

Get vulnerabilities on hosts tagged with “spotlight” and “main”:
filter=host_info.tags:['spotlight','main']
last_seen_withinFilter for vulnerabilities based on the number of days since a host last connected to Falcon. Enter a numeric value from 3 to 45 to indicate the number of days you want to look back. All active hosts seen up to the specified number of days are returned with a host_last_seen_timestamp response field populated as follows:
  • A UTC timestamp of the most recent connection displays for hosts that were last seen online more than 3 days ago
  • Null for hosts that have been online in the last 3 days
Possible values:
  • Integer, from 3–45

    Note: Values less than 3 and greater than 45 are not supported and will result in error.
Get vulnerabilities for hosts that last connected to Falcon within the last 10 days:
filter=last_seen_within:'10'

The host_last_seen_timestamp in the response shows:
  • A timestamp for last host activity detected on days 4-10
  • Null for last host activity detected on days 1-3
statusThe status of a vulnerability. The value must be entered in all lowercase letters. This filter supports multiple values and negation.

Possible values:
  • open: Vulnerabilities that are currently open. A vulnerability is automatically assigned the open status upon creation.
  • closed: Vulnerabilities that are closed. You can close a vulnerability from the open or reopen status.
  • reopen: Vulnerabilities that are currently reopened after previously being closed.
  • expired: Vulnerabilities on decommissioned hosts that are set to be deleted. The expired status appears 3 days before a vulnerability is deleted from Spotlight. Note that vulnerabilities in the expired status are visible only through the API. They do not appear in the Falcon console or in reports.
Get vulnerabilities with a status of open:
filter=status:'open'

Get vulnerabilities with any status except closed:
filter=status:!'closed'

Get vulnerabilities with a status of open or reopen:
filter=status:['open','reopen']ORfilter=status:!['closed']
updated_timestampThe UTC date and time of the last update made on a vulnerability.

Get vulnerabilities that were last updated before October 20, 2021 at 10:36 PM UTC:
filter=updated_timestamp:<'2021-10-20T22:36'

Get vulnerabilities that were last updated after September 15, 2021:
filter=updated_timestamp:>'2021-09-15'

Usage

You must provide a value for filter to make use of this operation, either by using the filter keyword or as part of your parameters payload.

Service class example (PEP8 syntax)
from falconpy import SpotlightVulnerabilities

# Do not hardcode API credentials!
falcon = SpotlightVulnerabilities(client_id=CLIENT_ID,
                                  client_secret=CLIENT_SECRET
                                  )

response = falcon.query_vulnerabilities(after="string",
                                        limit=integer,
                                        sort="string",
                                        filter="string"
                                        )
print(response)

Service class example (Operation ID syntax)
from falconpy import SpotlightVulnerabilities

# Do not hardcode API credentials!
falcon = SpotlightVulnerabilities(client_id=CLIENT_ID,
                                  client_secret=CLIENT_SECRET
                                  )

response = falcon.queryVulnerabilities(after="string",
                                       limit=integer,
                                       sort="string",
                                       filter="string"
                                       )
print(response)

Uber class example
from falconpy import APIHarness

# Do not hardcode API credentials!
falcon = APIHarness(client_id=CLIENT_ID,
                    client_secret=CLIENT_SECRET
                    )

response = falcon.command("queryVulnerabilities",
                          after="string",
                          limit=integer,
                          sort="string",
                          filter="string"
                          )
print(response)