What are webhooks?

Webhooks are a way for ThreatKey to send event notifications to your application in real-time. That way, you can take action based on the events that occur within ThreatKey. For example, you could set up a webhook to notify your application whenever a finding is created in ThreatKey.

How do I set up a webhook?

To set up a webhook, you'll need to provide ThreatKey with a URL that we can send the event notifications to. This URL is typically referred to as a "webhook endpoint." Once you have a webhook endpoint set up, you can configure what events you'd like to be notified about.

Can I set up multiple webhooks?

Yes! You can set up multiple webhooks, each with their own unique configuration. This can be useful if you want to set up different webhooks for different parts of your application.

What information is included in a webhook notification?

Each webhook notification includes information about the event that occurred, as well as some information about the user or resource that was affected by the event. This information can be used by your application to take the appropriate action.

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