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Exclusion Import File
Tip: To create or modify this file, use a robust text editor such as TextMate (Mac), VIM (Linux), or NotePad++ (Windows).
You can import one or more exclusions as a comma-separated values (.csv) file.
This file is composed of a header and at least one line of data. Each line in the file must be separated by a new line break.
A header line in the file is optional. If included, the header must be the first line in the file and be formatted as follows:
Note: There are no spaces after the commas.
Each data line in the file represents one exclusion configuration. Data lines must be separated from each other by a new line break. The file must include at least one data line.
Each data line is a comma-delimited string of fields described in the table below.
Note: Optional fields can be blank, but the associated comma separator must be present in the data line.
|id||An integer that uniquely identifies the exclusion.||optional|
|name||The name of the exclusion. You can use any combination of alpha-numeric characters or symbols.||required|
|description||A description for the exclusion.||required|
The target or targets where you want the scan exclusion to apply.
This value can have the following formats:
|creation_date||The Unix timestamp that Tenable.io uses as the creation date for the imported exclusion.||optional|
|last_modification_date||The Unix timestamp that Tenable.io uses as the last modification date for the exclusion.||optional|