Package google.cloud.webrisk.v1eap1

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WebRiskServiceV1EAP1

Web Risk v1eap1 API defines an interface to detect malicious URIs on your website and in client applications.

EvaluateUri

rpc EvaluateUri(EvaluateUriRequest) returns (EvaluateUriResponse)

Evaluates the maliciousness of the URI according to the given threat types based on blocklists, machine learning models and heuristic rules. Multiple threat types can be searched in a single query. The response lists a confidence level for all requested threat types representing the maliciousness of the URI.

Authorization Scopes

Requires the following OAuth scope:

  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform

For more information, see the Authentication Overview.

EvaluateUriRequest

Request to evaluate risk of URI according to the given threat types.

Fields
uri

string

Required. The URI to be evaluated.

threat_types[]

ThreatType

Required. The threat types to evaluate against.

allow_scan

bool

Whether the caller would like to allow this method to scan the provided URI.

EvaluateUriResponse

Response type for requests to evaluate URIs.

Fields
scores[]

Score

Evaluation scores per threat type given.

Score

Score of a URI, represented as a ConfidenceLevel for every threat type given.

Fields
threat_type

ThreatType

Threat type associated with this score.

confidence_level

ConfidenceLevel

Confidence level according to the given threat type.

ConfidenceLevel

Confidence level in how risky a URI is predicted to be.

Enums
CONFIDENCE_LEVEL_UNSPECIFIED Default type that indicates this enum hasn't been specified. This is not a valid ConfidenceLevel, another type must be specified instead.
SAFE URIs that are considered as safe. In most cases, there is no need to classify or recheck their confidence levels again in the near future.
LOW Low confidence that the URI given is risky for this threat type.
MEDIUM Medium confidence that the URI given is risky for this threat type. The URI is considered as mildly suspicious (i.e., 1000x time more likely to be malicious than a typical random URI). This confidence level is not recommended for direct enforcements. It is useful for finding suspicious leads and/or triggering further classifications.
HIGH High (>10%) confidence that the URI given is risky for this threat type. This confidence level is not recommended for direct enforcements. You can combine this confidence level with your own suspicious signals for enforcements after evaluation and verification.
HIGHER Higher (>90%) confidence that the URI given is risky for this threat type (with no egregious false positives). You can use this confidence level for your own enforcements after evaluation and verification. When compared to EXTREMELY_HIGH and VERY_HIGH, this increases the coverage (up to 90% more in some cases) of malicious URIs but with a small amount of potential false positives.
VERY_HIGH Very high (>99%) confidence that the URI given is risky for this threat type (with no egregious false positives). This level is recommended for blocking malicious URIs from your platforms after evaluation and verification.
EXTREMELY_HIGH Extremely high confidence that the URI given is risky for this threat type. You can use this confidence level for your own enforcements. For example, blocking malicious URIs from your platforms.

ThreatType

The type of threat.

Enums
THREAT_TYPE_UNSPECIFIED Default type that indicates this enum hasn't been specified. This is not a valid ThreatType, one of the other types must be specified instead.
SOCIAL_ENGINEERING Social engineering targeting any platform.
MALWARE Malware targeting any platform.
UNWANTED_SOFTWARE Unwanted software targeting any platform.