Exporting full applipedia list

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Exporting full applipedia list

I was wondering if there was some way to export the full applipedia list to include the standard ports and implicit use/depends on applications also. Or if this information is somewhere else that is easier to pull from than selecting on each individual one in applipedia.


Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite


I don't believe that this is really possible at the moment, but you could peek at the JS files on the site and see where the information is pulled from and see if the source is actually reachable? 

L7 Applicator


The source is reachable 😉

Post it here if you have every put together in one list 🙂


I tried to take a look the other day and couldn't reach the source. I may have tried the wrong one or i can't access it from work. I have been hand jamming it in the mean time, i'll post it when i finally get it finished. 

With this list: https://urlscan.io/responses/0e91fde2dc67249fdd7e872377cea30a603be527c5a068e5f40b8b16c423316c/

... and 2778 http post requests to: https://applipedia.paloaltonetworks.com/Home/GetApplicationDetailView

... it should be possible to grab all the app-ID details to build a list containing all the details ...


You can avoid hammering the server with requests, it's all loaded client side anyway. 


Just open your browser's developer tools (while preserving the log) and refresh the main Applipedia page. The object is GetApplicationListView. Parsing it is left as an exercise to the reader, but that should give you the full table.





This os only the list of applications and their category, the details for every application are pulled one by onw when you click on the apps.

@Remo my bad, you're right. Sorry about the confusion!

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