Activity Time - Cortex XDR API

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Activity Time - Cortex XDR API

L1 Bithead

Hi all,
I get the data with Cortex XDR API. I couldn't find which field the Activity Time field matches. The closest results are event_timestamp and detection_timestamp, but not all of them are correct.

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L5 Sessionator

Hi @YilmazDincer I took a random incident from a tenant that I have access to.

 

As you can see, the timestamp for the alert was : Jan 18th 2023 19:47:57 local time (GMT+8)

bbarmanroy_0-1674093082779.png

 

 

When I retrieve the extra incident data using API's, I get the epoch timestamp as 1674042477207 for both fields.

.

bbarmanroy_1-1674093255993.png

 

Converting the epoch timestamp into human readable format, I get the same time as was shown in UI.

bbarmanroy_2-1674093374577.png

 

If an incident has multiple alerts, each of them will have their own timestamps. I hope this clarifies.

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L5 Sessionator

Hi @YilmazDincer I took a random incident from a tenant that I have access to.

 

As you can see, the timestamp for the alert was : Jan 18th 2023 19:47:57 local time (GMT+8)

bbarmanroy_0-1674093082779.png

 

 

When I retrieve the extra incident data using API's, I get the epoch timestamp as 1674042477207 for both fields.

.

bbarmanroy_1-1674093255993.png

 

Converting the epoch timestamp into human readable format, I get the same time as was shown in UI.

bbarmanroy_2-1674093374577.png

 

If an incident has multiple alerts, each of them will have their own timestamps. I hope this clarifies.

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